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I believe that when the last comment in a comment thread is deleted, the thread is also automatically deleted. However, there are some threads that still exist despite having all their comments deleted (presumably because they were deleted before the automation was introduced). This is what they look like (taken from an answer on Meta):

Comment thread with all 3 comments deleted

I notice this is also a thread old enough to not have a specific thread title, so it is simply called "General comments". I don't know whether that is part of the reason for it not getting automatically deleted, or if it is just that the last comment was deleted before the automation was introduced.

Would it be worth manually deleting those threads that have zero comments that were missed by the automation?

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