Thank you for your question. When you have already tried what normally is suggested, then it's difficult to come up with something better without actually seeing your system. So I hope you found a solution since you asked your question. If you did, please tell us your solution, so that it might help the next user with this problem.
If you haven't found a solution by now, then I will suggest that you take the entries that works correctly and compare them to the ones that doesn't work. What is different? Have they been posted differently? Different currency, different bank?
Do check on following points.
01. Check is there any open bank reconciliations are open for the bank - This might cause the issue since entries are already been booked by another reconciliation .
02. Date range of your reconciliation .
Other than above mention points as Erik said check and compare the entries (which come to bank Reconciliation and which are not).
Thanks Erik and Tharanga
for your help!
Effectively, since we had
many monthly bank reconciliations to catch up, we began to work on some monthly
bank reconciliations at the same time (cleared deposits and withdrawals). So, some
months were still open. When we deleted the reconciliations and worked in a chronical
order, everything worked perfectly!