Why Vlookup isn't working

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rdev

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I have this formula in a column
=IF(ISERROR(VLOOKUP(B192,ConsoTB!A:C,3,FALSE)),0,VLOOKUP(B192,ConsoTB!A:C,3,FALSE))
Whilst it is working for all items found in the sheet ConsoTB , it is not working for few matches even when the match exist in the sheet ConsoTB..
What could be the reason !!
 

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jbeaucaire

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If the formula "mostly" works and randomly doesn't, then it got to be a problem with the data. No match means the cell your 'matching' to isn't what it appears to be, or the data has hard to spot variances.
 
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