OK, thanks for the information and clarification.
What you should do now is go to the local USCIS office and take a walk-in appointment for biometrics. Generally, it is a very easy process. Take the original notice, and explain to them what happened. S/he likely will just do the appointment right then and there.
Alternatively, you can make an InfoPass appointment to speak with an officer and set up the biometrics appointment. You can make an appointment by going here: infopass.uscis.gov
Long story short, this should not be an issue.
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