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How do I remove disabled caches, that belong to me, from the website?

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Just placed three new caches and have been scuppered by Wherigo.

I don't really understand this aspect of Geocaching but I now know that part of a Wherigo cache is too close to my caches, which makes my whole sequence unworkable.

How do I remove the said caches from my list, instead of seeing them permanently there?

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You can either archive the listings or "recycle" them. To "recycle," use the page again for a new cache placement at a new location. Enable the listing when ready to return it to the review queue. If your reviewer disabled your page, he or she should have included instructions for re-enabling or a link to the Knowledge Book article on this subject. Regrettably, I see that the article is out-of-date as it doesn't reflect the most recent enhancements to the cache submission process. Sorry for any confusion.

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Bottom line is, no matter what you do with these listings, they will always be a part of your Geocaching history.

If they are never published, they will be hard for even you to find, and impossible for a non-administrator to see...but they will be there.

Not really a big deal, since I'm sure there are folks with dozens of listings that were never published.

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