Can I adjust SEHI deduction when PTC Repayment is limited?

ACA Premium Tax Credit Repayment and SEHI issue: clients received more ptc then they were entitled to, so have to repay. But the repayment limitation applies, so they aren't repaying the entire excess credit received. However ProSeries is allowing the full premiums paid plus full excess credit received as SEHI deduction on page 1, even though they won't have to repay the full excess credit received. I know what the deduction should be: premiums paid plus excess credit repaid, but only up to the limit. But I can't figure out how to correct the calculation in ProSeries without overriding on page 1. There's no worksheet or anywhere I've found to enter an adjustment to the SEHI deduction. Anyone else run into this?

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