How do I "reset" sourcetree to not remember my bitbucket?

I'm using SourceTree with Stash & Bitbucket but I can't add a new remote repo because every time I click on "remote" (repositories) it says "Authentication failed 'remote saver said 'Login error' ".

I've tried uninstalling and re-installing but same thing happens (SourceTree_2.2.3.dmg and 2.1). Is there any easy way to just start from scratch (I'm able to login to both Bitbucket, Stash and JIRA) and I'm able to push repos to remote from the commandline?

$git --version
git version 2.5.4 (Apple Git-61)

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Nevermind, I found a similar problem here: https://answers.atlassian.com/questions/72774 and after I deleted those folders and re-installed, it worked.

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