If the seller's attorney forgot to include the heating oil and propane in the closing, do I need to pay them?

Question Details: I just closed on my home and received an e-mail from the seller's attorney that said. "Please see attached below. The seller's attorney did not include the oil the propane at the time of closing. It should have been a credit to the sellers. I have attached your settlement statement showing it was not included see page 3. Below states on where to send payment". We all signed the agreement seeing what numbers were on the page. They now want me to send a check to the seller. Do I need to send the check?

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