How to correct an HST over payment issued by CRA

In error I entered the sales tax collect in the wrong line (line 135 instead of 103) on the CRA netfile.  A refund was due for this period.  CRA issued a cheque but for more than what it should be, not by much but an error regardless.  How do I correct this in QBD.  When I enter payment received it shows over payment leave as credit or issue refund customer.  How do I correct this error?

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First, Unfile the return in QB: Locating the Invoice in A/R and Delete it. Now, re-file the return (in QB) correctly. If there is still a difference between the calculated refund and the cheque, use the Receive Payments for the amount calculated on the Return. Deposit this amount to the Undeposited Funds account. Next, use Make Deposits to deposit the amount from Undeposited funds to a bank account. On the second line of the Deposit slip, record the difference (or overpayment amount) as follows: Received from: Receiver General (Customer)>From Account: Uncategorized Income. Complete all other fields as required. Save the Deposit. That should clear it up.

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