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If there is any opportunity for it (and you didn't mention anything about the size of your company) you should check around for any possibilities to move on into another position instead of saying you want your old one back. Try to do something that you can portray as a move up, or at least broadening your experience at the company. And (although this is kind of 'do as I say, not as I do') try not to sound too negative about your experience, because there are a lot of bubbleheads out there who won't judge that fairly when they hear it.
Try to make contacts in other parts of the company, informal ones, talk to people and try to get the inside word on opportunities and challenges in those areas and how you might fit in.
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