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Exporting Profile Config

I thought that I had solved this problem but it seems to have come back again. I have been modifying a Dublin Core profile by adding new lists and metadata elements. To ensure that I did not have to go back too far if I made a mistake I exported the configuration after every few additions. On trying to reinstall CA using my profile I keep getting the error that my XML is not valid. I tried installing the Dublin Core and then without making any changes I exported the profile. Trying to install with the exported profile results in the same error. I tried the same exercise using the "base profile" and I get the same error. I tried validating both exported profiles using XML Copy Editor and got the same result " Error at line 43, column 29: no declaration found for element 'description". An extraction from the validator is shown below.

item idno='concept"enabled="1" default="1"
label locale="en_US preferred="1"
This error appears in numerous places when trying to validate the file. Deleting every instance of this error results in a validated XML.
The only data in the database should be what the installer inserts i.e I have started with a clean database every time. I just cant figure out where the error is creeping in. Is it in the installation or the export process or am I trying to do something that is not supported in CA.
Using Ubuntu 16.04, Providence 1.7.6 schema 153
(apologies to Seth for repeating this here)

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