Need help for SQL query

I have the following table

State     City      Zipcode
aa            a1        12345
aa            a1          NA

aa            b1        5889      
aa            b1         NA

bb            b1         2245
bb            b1         NA

bb           c1          7788
bb           c1          NA

dd            d1         15678

ee             d1          NA

From the above table I have duplicate records in zipcode (example state aa  and city a1 has a zipcode '12345' but it has another record 'NA' - I want to delete this NA record)

 I have to delete the ZIPCODE='NA'  if only state and city has the  appropriate zipcode.
Do not delete - If  state and city does not have appropriate zipcode and it only has NA

output:

State     City      Zipcode
aa            a1        12345
aa            b1        5889      
bb            b1         2245
bb           c1          7788
dd            d1         15678
ee             d1          NA
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ste5anSenior DeveloperCommented:
Please post concise and complete examples. Include table DDL and sample data INSERT statements. ASCII arts is - well - kinda annoying..

E.g.

DECLARE @Sample TABLE
    (
      [State] CHAR(2) ,
      City CHAR(2) ,
      Zipcode VARCHAR(5)
    );

INSERT  INTO @Sample
VALUES  ( 'aa', 'a1', '12345' ),
        ( 'aa', 'a1', 'NA' ),
        ( 'aa', 'b1', '5889' ),
        ( 'aa', 'b1', 'NA' ),
        ( 'bb', 'b1', '2245' ),
        ( 'bb', 'b1', 'NA' ),
        ( 'bb', 'c1', '7788' ),
        ( 'bb', 'c1', 'NA' ),
        ( 'dd', 'd1', '15678' ),
        ( 'ee', 'd1', 'NA' );

WITH    Ordered
          AS ( SELECT   * ,
                        ROW_NUMBER() OVER ( PARTITION BY [State], City ORDER BY CASE WHEN Zipcode = 'NA' THEN 1
                                                                                     ELSE 0
                                                                                END ) AS RN
               FROM     @Sample S
             )
    SELECT  [State] ,
            City ,
            Zipcode
    FROM    Ordered
    WHERE   RN = 1;
;

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