Difference between MIGo and MIRO for GR IR clearing

Hi all,
I hav created one PO in foreign currency for 10 items. GR is happening for all 10 lines with rate say Rs 50. Now when i am doing MIRO with same rate i.e. Rs 50, 8 materials are getting posted correctly. But for 2 materials there is inventory posting for fixed amount (in local currency) irrespective of quantty.this case amount in foreign currency is same but dieefernce for GR/IR account is in local currency.
When line items analysed it was observed that fo these 2 materials exchange rate picked up is different than header exchange rate. the difference in exchange rate is posted to stock account.
In short system icking differen xchange rate for different line items for one invoice ( MIRO is happening against only one invoice)
Can any one please explai this phenomena and any solution for this?

When you do aut. clearing and the exchange rates account is set up it will clear the GR/IR account.
There is no reason to change exchange rates

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