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Replace non-breaking space in sql field

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I have SSN's in a field that have a ascii character 160 in front of them which is a non-breaking space.  I tried teh Ltrim and replace but it seems not to have a effect how can I get ride of this space.
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udaya kumar laligondla earned 500 total points
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use  LTrim(RTrim(replace(FieldName,Char(160), ' ') ))
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Works great thanks
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