How can I fix this deposit transaction from 2017?

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I'm cleaning up a client's books and there are several transactions that never cleared his bank and don't show up on any statements.  He believes he's received the amounts, but I have no way of verifying.  

I have one that shows as a deposit on the invoice - see attached picture - and it's from 2017.  The $398 amount listed in the "Deposit" field is the amount that never cleared the bank.  The amount circled in red did clear the bank. 

I don't want to zero that amount out since it's from 2017 and will affect revenue and he thinks he actually got it, but how else could I clear this so it doesn't show on the bank register as an uncleared transaction?

A few other things - the invoice shows up as paid, and it's not in A/R Aging.  

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