VBA macro to remove rows not working

In the attached,

Net Rate Sheet 2.DeleteThem should remove anything on Net Rate sheet 2 between the service name and the phrases
                If .Cells(lngend, 1) = "Please refer to list rates for this service." Or _
                   .Cells(lngend, 1) = "Net Rates are not available for these services" Then

However, it is not working for the service "Domestic First Overnight Non-Freight"

Can someone help?
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Martin LissOlder than dirtCommented:
It's because it's looking for an ending phrase and a rate table between the two and it doesn't find one.  Note that in the following code (on both sheets) you are looking for the same phrase twice. One should be removed or changed.

                ' Look for special ending phrases
                If .Cells(lngend, 1) = "Please refer to list rates for this service." Or _
                   .Cells(lngend, 1) = "Please refer to list rates for this service." Or _
                   .Cells(lngend, 1) = "Net Rates are not available for these services" Then
                    Exit For
                End If

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Euro5Author Commented:
Yes, you are right about the duplicate - I was trying to see if there was a variance in the phrase that I wasn't catching.

What it used to do was:
1. look for phrase - example ""Domestic First Overnight Non-Freight"
2. look for phrase either "Please refer to list rates..." or "Net Rates are not available..."
3. if that phrase was below, it would remove everything from the first phrase to the last

In these instances there would NOT be a rate table between the two phrases.
I know this used to work this way....    can you help?
Euro5Author Commented:
I removed duplicate and used a trim. Working perfectly again. Thanks!
Martin LissOlder than dirtCommented:
You're welcome.
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