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It's important to note here that closures are (generally) handled by the wider community, rather than the moderators. This same wider community can disagree with a closure and vote to reopen (And at time of writing, there are two votes to reopen on the example question). It is also worth noting that we encourage questions about Photography, and not image ...


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All of the other questions seem to be related, dealing with what the self clean is, how it works, and if there are risks of using it. The final question about the "best" way to clean a sensor is a very different question from both the title and the rest of the questions being asked. It is also a question that is specifically answered in another question. ...


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No real process. If you do not believe your question is a duplicate, you can state as much and discuss the issue in the comments below the question. If your question is not clear, or if there is a way to improve it such that the differences become more clear, you should edit your question appropriately.


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All of those questions are large enough to be their own topic. That doesn't mean it isn't helpful to have a summary of the overall topic in one place instead of spread out over multiple questions. I think I looked over at least five other questions here in addition to the Wikipedia article when writing my answer. My original intent was to find an already ...


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Generally, the best bet is to make your case in the comments requesting that people vote to re-open and/or editing the question to try and differentiate it. Both the comments and the revision history will be easily available if your question is in the Reopen review queue and will simplify the lives of people voting to either re-open or keep your question ...


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As of sometime in late 2019, the default comment is much nicer. Thank you!


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