DBCC DBREINDEX Fail While No Duplicates....

Here is the DBCC CHECKDB error result:
Msg 8934, Sev 16:
Table error:
Object ID 517576882, index ID 1. The high key value on page (1:919) (level 0) is not less than the low key value in the parent (1:13120), slot 270 of the next page (1:920). [SQLSTATE 42000]

Object ID 517576882, index ID 1. The high key value on page (1:958) (level 0) is not less than the low key value in the parent (0:1), slot 0 of the next page (1:4043). [SQLSTATE 42000]

Object ID 517576882, index ID 1. The low key value on page (1:4043) (level 0) is not >= the key value in the parent (1:13120) slot 301. [SQLSTATE 42000]
Object ID 517576882, index ID 1. The high key value on page (1:4055) (level 0) is not less than the low key value in the parent (1:13120), slot 305 of the next page (1:4040).
Object ID 517576882, index ID 1. The previous link (1:3987) on page (1:4067) does not match the previous page (1:4069) that the parent (1:12804), slot 3 expects for this page.

Object ID 517576882, index ID 1. B-tree chain linkage mismatch. (1:4069)->next = (1:4067), but (1:4067)->Prev = (1:3987).

Object ID 517576882, index ID 1. The previous link (1:3987) on page (1:4071) does not match the previous page (1:4048) that the parent (1:13120), slot 313 expects for this page.

Object ID 517576882, index ID 1. B-tree chain linkage mismatch. (1:4048)->next = (1:4071), but (1:4071)->Prev = (1:3987).
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Then I do DBCC DBREINDEX (tblABC, '', 70)

get error of Server: Msg 1505, Level 16, State 1, Line 1
CREATE UNIQUE INDEX terminated because a duplicate key was found for index ID 1. Most significant primary key is '451396'.

However, don't find duplicates on the table PK which is index ID 1. (no another alternate uniqe key)

Thanks for help
David

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