I think the problem is that there are 2 ways to make repayments under the Home Buyers Plan.
The first is to make a contribution into the RRSP that is at least the same as the amount required or more .
You would enter and RRSP contributions as usual then scroll down to the bottom of the form and under the Repayments under the HBP and designate the required repayment amount to come from the current contributions.
2nd option is to have the designated repayment amount included in the income at line 129.
It appears that perhaps the RRSP contributions are not large enough to cover the required repayment amount so I recommend leaving the too low contributions as contributions and have the actual required amount owing added in as income. The contributions for the current year help cancel some of the tax implications for the added to income amount but keep it clearer what is happening instead of trying to use the low contributions and then entering the balance as being added to income and not "adding up" to be the full required payment.
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