For tax purposes, do I deduct: "Origination Charge" or Points for the specific interest rate chosen"

In the HUD-1 statement I got when I refinanced, it lists:  
Line #801: "Origination Charge = $1295.00
Line #802: "Points for the specific interest rate chosen = $4125.00  
Line #803: "Adjusted Origination Charges" = $5420.00  (sum of #801 and #802)

TurboTax asks for the "Dollar Amount of Points Paid (Origination Fees)".  What amount do I use???
I have read prior answers to similar question and they are conflicting.  Some answers say only line #802 is deductible, other say line #803 is deductible.  Other answers say line #801 is not deductible.  So what is the correct answer????
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    You should claim points as indicated on box #2 on your 1098 tax statement.

    If you cannot reconcile points indicated on the 1098 with your HUD-1 statement, contact your lender for an explanation.
    • Answer is confusing -- and does not specifically answer the question.
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