Cannot remove a static NAT entry "TRANSLATION NOT FOUND"

I accidentally added a NAT entry but forgot to include the protocol TCP so it looks like this in the config:

ip nat source static 172.20.2.5 x.x.x.16 route-map RMAP2 extendable

I try to delete the entry with this command:

no ip nat source static 172.20.2.5 x.x.x.16 route-map RMAP2 extendable

I receive an error: %Translation not found.

I'm confused because this is exactly what is listed in the config.  I've tried clearing translations, etc.
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David BlairAsked:
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harbor235Commented:


The command did not take because it should be ip nat inside source static .......


harbor235 ;}
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David BlairAuthor Commented:
Right....  But it wound up in the config anyway and that is why I cannot remove.  I had to remove on my PC and then transfer config back via TFTP to get that line out of there.
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David BlairAuthor Commented:
Solved myself.  Thanks for your assistance.
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