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I've been getting blank errors in the Search Appearance -> Structured Data section of Google Webmasters. Here's a screenshot of the errors, clicking on them to show the details doesn't give anymore information.

Has anyone else had this issue? Any idea how to fix it?

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Update

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    That is a good one! I wish I knew... – closetnoc Jun 20 '15 at 22:45
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    It is a bit slow here this weekend. I want you to have an answer so I made sure I up-voted to hopefully get your question some attention. – closetnoc Jun 21 '15 at 4:26
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    That doesn't look like errors to me. please can you repost another screen shot without cropping the top. I suspect you have corrected the errors and you are looking at the top graph which displays historic error information, however current information will not display errors if the problem has been resolved. Please edit your question and include more information as answers at present would be guesses which could either be false or true. – Simon Hayter Jun 21 '15 at 8:25
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    If you take a look at bybe.net/stackexchange/webmasters/… there is no errors, however at the top it still reported those errors for some time. Errors should look like this: bybe.net/stackexchange/webmasters/… notice the (!) bubbles, something you screen doesn't have which would imply there is no error. – Simon Hayter Jun 21 '15 at 8:33
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    Yep, they look like they are clearing up. Damn hentry... I have the same problem, but cba to fix it :) – Simon Hayter Jun 21 '15 at 16:06
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Credit goes to BYBE for this answer. What I was seeing weren't errors. After Google clears the errors they remain on the list as items but the error is replaced with a "-" and the exclamation mark is removed, see the example images below.

From BYBE's comment:

If you take a look at this, there are no errors:

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however at the top it still reported those errors for some time. Errors should look like this, notice the (!) bubbles:

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  • Yep. The report shows all URLs with structured data, so if you're not seeing errors listed for individual URLs, that's because the markup is fine :). – John Mueller Jun 29 '15 at 13:15

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