Let $p>q$ be two prime numbers. Let $\lambda$ be a partition whose $p$-core is $\lambda_p$ and $q$-core is $\lambda_q$. Assume that $|\lambda|>|\lambda_p|+|\lambda_q|$. Is it true that there always exists some partition $\mu\neq \lambda$ with $|\mu|=|\lambda|$, such that $\mu$ also has $p$-core $\lambda_p$ and $q$-core $\lambda_q$?

I have verified this conjecture for partitions with small sizes. But I can't prove it in general. Any hint will be appreciated.