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Numerous threads in Google Blogger Help, about bloggers unable to delete their blogs. Some are an alternate, the slightly less common bX-tkcah7 error.

Until Blogger Support reads this blog, we need to be reporting this through the Blogger Contact Form.
We're sorry, but we were unable to complete your request.

When reporting this error to Blogger Support or on the Blogger Help
Group, please:

* Describe what you were doing when you got this error.
* Provide the following error code and additional information.

bX-btoxyn
Additional information
blogID: nnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn
host: www.blogger.com
uri: /delete-blog.do

This information will help us to track down your specific problem and
fix it! We apologize for the inconvenience.


>> (Update 9/17): The problem has been acknowledged by Blogger.

>> Forum thread links: bX-btoxyn (Note Groups indexing isn't working right now).


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