Unmatched Query Not Working When Using Date/Time Field - Access 2010

Lucy1

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I have a table that is linked to a sequel database. The sequel database table is updated daily. In my access database, I would like to compare two tables to find the new information. I have two fields, MeterID and InputDate, that I would like to use to find the new information. When I make the "find unmatched query", the number of entries that are returned is higher than the number of new information. I used the query wizard to begin the "unmatched query" and selected the MeterID to key off of. Then I redefined the query and added InputDate. What am I doing incorrectly?
 

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