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I accidentally removed myself as administrator on my Facebook business page and now I can't edit it.

The pages, at "golfbookie", now has no administrator and is inaccessible by me, its creator.

How do I fix it so I can edit it, or at least reinstate myself as the admin?

I've had no response from Facebook.

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Its a well-known great flaw of Facebook... – Evil Angel Feb 26 '12 at 20:31

I am sure Facebook Support could help you out.

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I'm sorry, but Facebook Support will NOT help you out. I had the same problem. Facebook has EXTREMELY poor support. – user17646 Feb 25 '12 at 22:46

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