File an Amended Petition. By that, I mean that in the box in the top section where it says "Dissolution of marriage, legal separation, nullity" - check the box that says "Amended."
If Respondent filed a Response, then you'll have to file an RFO (FL-300) asking for leave to amend the Petition. If Respondent has not, yet, filed a Response, then just file your Amended Petition.
This does not reset the "cooling down period."
Be clear that the "cooling down period" has no legal significance other that that your status cannot be terminated until 180 days have been passed from the day you served Respondent.
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