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SQL - Join Statment with SUM

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I've attached a pic of an excel spreadsheet with a table definition.  I've been trying to write a SQL statement what will perform a SUM on TableF.Amount where TableG_ID <> 2.

However my sum gives me a result of 25 (adding the 10 + 15 together).  

I tried to make the tables similar to what I am working with.  Table G will have many rows of data and I need result to sum but exclude where TableG_ID = 2.

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write your sum like this:  


sum (
    case when  TableG_ID <> 2 then TableF.Amount else 0 end
   ) as TableAMountFexcludingG2
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That got me closer but now I'm somehow getting a total of 30.  Seems that it is adding 15 twice.  But when I run a select statement it shows as

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but in sum I get 30.

Any ideas?
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can you post your query?
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