efile error 95548

Hi I get this error:

95548 : One of the following situations applies to your client's return:
1) An entry at field 5033 for QPP contributions requires an entry at field 5548 for total QPP pensionable earnings, or vice versa.
2) An entry at field 5034 for CPP contributions requires an entry at field 5549 for total CPP pensionable earnings, or vice versa.
Please review your entries and make the necessary corrections.

Yet when I look at the schedule RC381, I see that there is an entry in both 5034 and 5549. (And nothing in 5033 and 5548). The client lives in QC but worked in ONT for part of the year hence the CPP amount. 

I'm not sure why it is not going through.

Can anyone help?

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