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What causes an unupvote and why would I get one?

An 'unupvote' is when someone who previously upvoted your post later removed that vote. A user can retract or change a vote (up or down) for a short period after they cast it. However if the post is ...
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Accepting an answer

The universal SE guidance is to accept the answer which worked for you. If you believe the claims by the manufacturers that the products are safe for your septic system, by all means keep the ...
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I just want someone to check my work -- where do I post?

The issue isn't asking for reviews of your work (this is DIY after all, and it would be silly to say you can't ask for help). A question should be specific for what it's looking for in an answer. A ...
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What is the proper way to introduce relative context to a question, answer, or comment?

In your situation I post a comment to the question indicating there are other issues that they didn't ask about. If they seek further details, that's a good time to direct them to ask a new question. ...
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What is the proper way to introduce relative context to a question, answer, or comment?

Given SE's design, the Right Answer would be to start a new Question using the same picture.
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