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There are two options you can perform to stop the fully depreciated asset account from showing up on your Balance Sheet report:
Please take note that the steps below are irreversible so I'd suggest using the Audit Log if you need the asset records in the future.
For the first option, you'll have to create a new account before merging it from your fully depreciated asset account. When you're ready, here's how:
Here are the steps for the second option:
For detailed instructions, see the Completely remove deleted accounts from reports section through this article: Manage Your Accounts.
I'd suggest visiting this website: Basic Troubleshooting for Balance Sheets. This link covers all the possible scenarios and solutions on how to resolve common Balance Sheet issues.
I'll be right here to help if you need further assistance. Have a good day, @krtgenterprises.