Thanks for your help.
DKH, will I be able to e-file if I override the depreciation numbers? It seems as though anytime I override anything I get e-file errors.
IronMan, I was thinking of doing that but then those assets won't show up next year, will they? I guess the alternative is to re-enter the assets in 2020. Or is there another option next year?
If it's temporarily idle you continue depreciation. See IRS Pub 946 (2019) page 7 column 2:
Continue to claim a deduction for depreciation on property
used in your business or for the production of income
even if it is temporarily idle (not in use). For example, if
you stop using a machine because there is a temporary
lack of a market for a product made with that machine,
continue to deduct depreciation on the machine.
The business is winding down and only subletted rent to an existing business next door during 2019 - no business activity in 2019.
I found out that all the equipment was destroyed in a fire this year.