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The simple answer is because you have made one or more sales on the eBay listing.
Up until the point a sale is made you’re able to change everything about the eBay listing, however once a single sale has been made, the listing title becomes locked and you are no longer able to edit it. You are able to update the other elements of the listing, such as:
– Item Price
– Postage Options
And so on…
If you do require the editing of the listing after a sale has been made, then the only option that you have is to end the listing and relist it.
A BIG TIP here is that when you end the listing, is to look for the “relist” button at the top and use that to relist with, any sales history you have on that eBay listing will be carried across to the next listing, although the sales count (see here http://lastdropofink.co.uk/per…..act-sales/ ) is not carried over and shown to the buyers.
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