What Andrey suggested is correct, that is all you need.
Now on the last post you add it this:
No access-list extended permit tcp object-group object-group object-group
Everything is fine except the extended. you do not need that, so it would look like this example:
No access-list test permit tcp any any eq 80
That should take out from the access-list that particular line, now it is weard that when you do no access-list you do not get the word command ( witch is the name or number of the ACL) but lets give it a try with the command Andrey suggested and let see how it goes.
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