This topic covers the common scenarios of the #VALUE! error when working with SUMPRODUCT.
Problem: The array arguments don’t have the same dimension
All of the array arguments should be the same dimension. If they’re not, then you get the #VALUE! error. For example, if Array 1 refers to a range of 3 rows and 2 columns, then Array 2 must also correspond to the similar range.

=SUMPRODUCT(D2:D13,E2:E10)
Will fail since the referenced ranges aren’t the same number of rows (13 in the first range, but only 10 in the second).
Solution: Change the formula to:

=SUMPRODUCT(D2:D13,E2:E13)
So that both ranges have the same starting and ending row numbers, and retry the formula.
Problem: One or more cells in the range contain text
If one or more cells in the referenced range contains text or is formatted as a Text data type, you will get the #VALUE! error. The text could be the result of a calculation from another formula, or maybe the cell is simply not formatted correctly.
Solution: Check for any cell that contains text, or is formatted as text and set to the correct data type.
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