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You should first contact the court clerk to see whether the court has scheduled a hearing on the letter you sent to the trustee requesting a hearing. If the court has scheduled your objection for a hearing, then you will need to send written correspondence to the court to inform the court that you want to withdraw your objection/request for hearing. You will also need to send a copy of the letter to the trustee. However, if it is not set for a hearing, you would only have to send a letter to the trustee to let him know that you are no longer objecting or requesting a hearing. Also be sure to send written correspondence to the trustee to let him know that you are accepting the reclassification of your claim.
Also, if you don't take any other action, then the court and the case will proceed without your participation and your claim will likely be reclassified anyway.
My letter may not be worded in formal court grammar. I hope that it will still be accepted! I appreaciate your response.