How to merge a transaction that I split?

I split an income transaction  ($4100) into a reimbursement  and an income ($3100 and $1000). Somehow the app decided to increase my income to $7100 and subtract the $3100 reimbursement.   The transaction as a whole is unaffected but the inner mechanics are messed up.  I tried using the split button to fix this but it is not giving me any options to edit or remove the offending splits.  How to I fix this?


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I had the same question!  Here's what I found on another post, and it worked!

- Locate the split transaction that you’d like to revert.
- Go to Edit Details and navigate to the Split button again.
- You should see all the splits that you have done on that transaction.
- Click on the 'x' to delete the split.
- Then click Save.

Hope that helps!

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