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I have a question I asked and later after researching different schematic that that only answer is wrong.
You have a question that you self-answered and now you're trying to get a competing answer deleted. This is not the way to demonstrate that you are returning to the site in good faith.
I added mine the correct one and received down votes while the ...
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This passage is relevant to the mystery we encountered in our comment thread above:
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I did a little digging for you and confirmed that you did meet the requirements for days visited and posts with score > 0. However, your votes are not visible even to site moderators, so I can't confirm that you met the voting requirement.
I see on your profile that of your 13 votes, 7 were cast in the month of February. Of those 7 votes in February, at ...
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Specific to questions on pumps and pumping systems:
So you want to size a pump or pick a pump or have questions if a particular pump is suitable to your purpose. Here's what you should state in your question:
State the problem you want to solve, what you have tried so far and where you get stuck.
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n.b. as it's my question, I will add the friction tag.
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