Where clause fails

In my project I do a query using  the folloqinf statement :
vPastiCDC totpasticdc_tab3_riga =
                            db.vPastiCDC.Where(
                                x =>
                                    x.CDC == Cdc_considerato && x.Anno ==
Anno_considerato && x.Mese == Mese_considerato && x.Tipo == 3).FirstOrDefault();
but the results are not filtered correctly by the tipo Field.
What can be the problem?
Thanks in advance,
Simone

Hello Simone,
>>but the results are not filtered correctly by the tipo Field.
Since we do not know the exact result and your passed value, we do not know what happens in your LINQ query. For this issue, if it is possible, please share the vPastiCDC table and some sample data.
Or since you are using LINQ2SQL, you could use the SQL Server Profiler to track the executed T-SQL, for details, you could refer to this link:
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms181091.aspx
If you do not have access to the server which installs the database, you could print the T-SQL in you application as:
using (DataClasses1DataContext db = new DataClasses1DataContext())
db.Log = Console.Out;
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