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I did set low threshold on my issuer account to 5, but I didn't add any additional signer.

Now I want revert low threshold to 0 but I receive tx_bad_auth error.

Is there any way to set low threshold to 0 again?

Issuer account public key: GBYZDFZTJNVS3IKWWBJUS5W3LFAHGNITGQOQ5KTGZXIQ3UGJS7SIQCHU

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It's possible, but you'll need one more Stellar account for this. Account QCHU (original account) will be unable to pay tx fees until you change the low threshold back to 0.

  1. Create one more Stellar account (let's call it "auxiliary" account) with minimum balance 1.1 XLM.
  2. Using Stellar Laboratory prepare a transaction
    • Use auxiliary account public key as a transaction source account.
    • Add single SET_OPTIONS operation, copy-paste your original account address to the operation source field.
    • Set thresholds back to 0 / 0 / 0.
  3. Make sure that you pressed the "Fetch next sequence number for account starting with..." button to fetch correct sequence number for the auxiliary account.
  4. Sign the transaction with both original and auxiliary secret keys. Your transaction should have exactly two signatures.
  5. Submit the transaction to the network.
  6. That's it. Your original account thresholds are restored. You can now merge the auxiliary account back to the original account to reclaim 1 XLM base reserve.

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