PDO PHP Query Syntax

I'm getting the following error from this update query and I can't figure it out.  I know it is simple but I can't see it:
Warning: PDOStatement::execute(): SQLSTATE[HY093]: Invalid parameter number: parameter was not defined - line 59?  at the very end.


	if (empty($errors)) { // If everything's OK.

		//  Test for unique 

		$q = $pdo->prepare("SELECT deductible_id FROM wp_bicycle_physical_damage WHERE deductible_id = :id");



		$q->bindParam(':id', $id, PDO::PARAM_STR);

			

		try	{

			$q->execute(array(':id' => $id));	

				

			$result = $q->fetchAll();

			if($result) {

				

			// Make the query to update:

			$newsr = $pdo->prepare("UPDATE wp_bicycle_physical_damage

			SET deductible = :deductible,

			deductible_factor = :deductible_factor

			WHERE deductible_id = :id

			LIMIT 1");

			

			$newsr->bindParam(':id', $id, PDO::PARAM_STR);

			$newsr->bindParam(':deductible', $st, PDO::PARAM_STR);

			$newsr->bindParam(':deductible_factor', $mst, PDO::PARAM_STR);

	

			

			try	{

				$newsr->execute(array(

				':id' => $id,

				':deductible' => $st,

				':deduictible_factor' => $mst

				));	

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GaryCommented:
Spelling mistake

':deduictible_factor' => $mst
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Ray PaseurCommented:
Looking at these statements, I am led to believe that you can write cleaner and more dependable code if you use variables names that correlate to the column names.
$newsr->bindParam(':id',                $id,  PDO::PARAM_STR);
$newsr->bindParam(':deductible',        $st,  PDO::PARAM_STR);
$newsr->bindParam(':deductible_factor', $mst, PDO::PARAM_STR);

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If, for example, $st was $deductible (and similar for $mst) the parallel construction would lead you in the direction of more straightforward automation with less repetition of the variable and column names.  It might help to reduce the frequency of spelling and typographical errors.
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