While testing various settings and other changes with logical volume groups I had created a test logical volume group that I no longer needed so I needed to remove it. When using the below information be aware that any data contained within the logical volume group will be gone after the logical volume is removed. The information below explains how to first list the current logical volumes with lvscan and then how to remove a specific logical volume with the lvremove command.
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