How do I compile the transactions of an account that was split into two?

I have a loan account that by no action of mine was "split" into two (one old and one new).  The old account shows transactions from the date of inception till the day the account was split only.  It is also shown to be a credit card account despite the account being set up as a loan.  The second account is properly shown as a loan account and shows the transactions from the date the account was split through to the present and is being properly updated with new transactions.  However, it is missing all the transactions from account inception through to the day the account was "split".  How do I fix this to have all transactions in one proper account?  Can I converge them or delete both and re add the account without losing any past transactions when the account is re added?

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