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Hi @sarahw ,
 
I have a vague recollection that this [link|https://www.ifixit.com/Answers/View/684671/Could+it+be+a+hardware+issue+Why+is+the+iPhone+XR+doing+that|question] was asked before on iFixit and that the OP just kept on re-phrasing the question in replies to any answer as they were never satisfied with the answer. This pattern can be seen in the thread in the other website that I linked.
 
Is it possible for you to check if the “original” question was asked about 11 months ago, has been archived or deleted to see if this was the case? (possibly posted with a different user name)
 
I can’t find it so perhaps it has been deleted by the OP and now re-posted using a different account, but you will notice that the OP just copied the same question from where it was posted on another [link|https://forums.macrumors.com/threads/would-this-make-internal-damage.2230666/|website] about 11 months ago. They even used the same [link|https://www.ifixit.com/User/3884210/JohnCarl|username]
 
@nick If I remember correctly I think that you responded with an answer that the OP kept dragging out with responses, requesting clarification or answers to other possible scenarios based on your replies.
 
I may be wrong but I picked up on it as soon as I saw it posted and then did a Google search using the text of the question and it popped up straightaway in the other website. I wouldn’t think of doing this with other questions so something must have clicked ;-)
 
I think that the OP must get his jollies from doing this. To me they’re just wasting everbody’severybody’s time
I think that the OP must get his jollies from doing this. To me they’re just wasting everbody’severybody’s time
 
Cheers

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Edit by: jayeff ,

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Hi @sarahw ,
 
I have a vague recollection that this [link|https://www.ifixit.com/Answers/View/684671/Could+it+be+a+hardware+issue+Why+is+the+iPhone+XR+doing+that|question] was asked before on iFixit and that the OP just kept on re-phrasing the question in replies to any answer as they were never satisfied with the answer. This pattern can be seen in the thread in the other website that I linked.
 
Is it possible for you to check if the “original” question was asked about 11 months ago, has been archived or deleted to see if this was the case? (possibly posted with a different user name)
 
I can’t find it so perhaps it has been deleted by the OP and now re-posted using a different account, but you will notice that the OP just copied the same question from where it was posted on another [link|https://forums.macrumors.com/threads/would-this-make-internal-damage.2230666/|website] about 11 months ago. They even used the same [link|https://www.ifixit.com/User/3884210/JohnCarl|username]
I can’t find it so perhaps it has been deleted by the OP and now re-posted using a different account, but you will notice that the OP just copied the same question from where it was posted on another [link|https://forums.macrumors.com/threads/would-this-make-internal-damage.2230666/|website] about 11 months ago. They even used the same [link|https://www.ifixit.com/User/3884210/JohnCarl|username]
 
@nick If I remember correctly I think that you responded with an answer that the OP kept dragging out with responses, requesting clarification or answers to other possible scenarios based on your replies.
 
I may be wrong but I picked up on it as soon as I saw it posted and then did a Google search using the text of the question and it popped up straightaway in the other website. I wouldn’t think of doing this with other questions so something must have clicked ;-)
 
I think that the OP must get his jollies from doing this. To me they’re just wasting everbody’s time
 
Cheers

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Edit by: jayeff ,

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Hi @sarahw ,
 
I have a vague recollection that this [link|https://www.ifixit.com/Answers/View/684671/Could+it+be+a+hardware+issue+Why+is+the+iPhone+XR+doing+that|question] was asked before on iFixit and that the OP just kept on re-phrasing the question in replies to any answer as they were never satisfied with the answer. This pattern can be seen in the thread in the other website that I linked.
 
Is it possible for you to check if the “original” question was asked about 11 months ago, has been archived or deleted to see if this was the case? (possibly posted with a different user name)
 
I can’t find it so perhaps it has been deleted by the OP but you will notice that the OP just copied the same question from where it was posted on another [link|https://forums.macrumors.com/threads/would-this-make-internal-damage.2230666/|website] about 11 months ago. They even used the same [link|https://www.ifixit.com/User/3884210/JohnCarl|username]
 
@nick If I remember correctly I think that you responded with an answer that the OP kept dragging out with responses, requesting clarification or answers to other possible scenarios based on your replies.
 
I may be wrong but I picked up on it as soon as I saw it posted and then did a Google search using the text of the question and it popped up straightaway in the other website. I wouldn’t think of doing this with other questions so something must have clicked ;-)
 
I think that the OP must get his jollies from doing this. To me they’re just wasting everbody’s time
I think that the OP must get his jollies from doing this. To me they’re just wasting everbody’s time
 
Cheers

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Edit by: jayeff ,

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Hi @sarahw ,
 
I have a vague recollection that this [link|https://www.ifixit.com/Answers/View/684671/Could+it+be+a+hardware+issue+Why+is+the+iPhone+XR+doing+that|question] was asked before on iFixit and that the OP just kept on re-phrasing the question in replies to any answer as they were never satisfied with the answer. This pattern can be seen in the thread in the other website that I linked.
I have a vague recollection that this [link|https://www.ifixit.com/Answers/View/684671/Could+it+be+a+hardware+issue+Why+is+the+iPhone+XR+doing+that|question] was asked before on iFixit and that the OP just kept on re-phrasing the question in replies to any answer as they were never satisfied with the answer. This pattern can be seen in the thread in the other website that I linked.
 
Is it possible for you to check if the “original” question was asked about 11 months ago, has been archived or deleted to see if this was the case? (possibly posted with a different user name)
 
I can’t find it so perhaps it has been deleted by the OP but you will notice that the OP just copied the same question from where it was posted on another [link|https://forums.macrumors.com/threads/would-this-make-internal-damage.2230666/|website] about 11 months ago. They even used the same [link|https://www.ifixit.com/User/3884210/JohnCarl|username]
 
@nick If I remember correctly I think that you responded with an answer that the OP kept dragging out with responses, requesting clarification or answers to other possible scenarios based on your replies.
 
I may be wrong but I picked up on it as soon as I saw it posted and then did a Google search using the text of the question and it popped up straightaway in the other website. I wouldn’t think of doing this with other questions so something must have clicked ;-)
 
I think that the OP must get his jollies from doing this.
 
Cheers

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Edit by: jayeff ,

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Hi @sarahw ,
 
I have a vague recollection that this [link|https://www.ifixit.com/Answers/View/684671/Could+it+be+a+hardware+issue+Why+is+the+iPhone+XR+doing+that|question] was asked before on iFixit and that the OP just kept on re-phrasing the question in replies to any answer as they were never satisfied with the answer. This can be seen in the thread in the other website that I linked.
 
Is it possible for you to check if the “original” question was asked about 11 months ago, has been archived or deleted to see if this was the case? (possibly posted with a different user name)
 
I can’t find it so perhaps it has been deleted by the OP but you will notice that the OP just copied the same question from where it was posted on another [link|https://forums.macrumors.com/threads/would-this-make-internal-damage.2230666/|website] about 11 months ago. They even used the same [link|https://www.ifixit.com/User/3884210/JohnCarl|username]
 
@nick If I remember correctly I think that you responded with an answer that the OP kept dragging out with responses, requesting clarification or answers to other possible scenarios based on your answersreplies.
@nick If I remember correctly I think that you responded with an answer that the OP kept dragging out with responses, requesting clarification or answers to other possible scenarios based on your answersreplies.
 
I may be wrong but I picked up on it as soon as I saw it posted and then did a Google search using the text of the question and it popped up straightaway in the other website. I wouldn’t think of doing this with other questions so something must have clicked ;-)
 
I think that the OP must get his jollies from doing this.
 
Cheers

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Edit by: jayeff ,

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Hi @sarahw ,
 
I have a vague recollection that this [link|https://www.ifixit.com/Answers/View/684671/Could+it+be+a+hardware+issue+Why+is+the+iPhone+XR+doing+that|question] was asked before on iFixit and that the OP just kept on re-phrasing the question in replies to any answer as they were never satisfied with the answer. This can be seen in the thread in the other website that I linked.
I have a vague recollection that this [link|https://www.ifixit.com/Answers/View/684671/Could+it+be+a+hardware+issue+Why+is+the+iPhone+XR+doing+that|question] was asked before on iFixit and that the OP just kept on re-phrasing the question in replies to any answer as they were never satisfied with the answer. This can be seen in the thread in the other website that I linked.
 
Is it possible for you to check if the “original” question was asked about 11 months ago, has been archived or deleted to see if this was the case? (possibly posted with a different user name)
 
I can’t find it so perhaps it has been deleted by the OP but you will notice that the OP just copied the same question from where it was posted on another [link|https://forums.macrumors.com/threads/would-this-make-internal-damage.2230666/|website] about 11 months ago. They even used the same [link|https://www.ifixit.com/User/3884210/JohnCarl|username]
 
@nick If I remember correctly I think that you responded with an answer that the OP kept dragging out with responses, requesting clarification or answers to other possible scenarios based on your answersanswers.
@nick If I remember correctly I think that you responded with an answer that the OP kept dragging out with responses, requesting clarification or answers to other possible scenarios based on your answersanswers.
 
I may be wrong but I picked up on it as soon as I saw it posted and then did a Google search using the text of the question and it popped up straightaway in the other website. I wouldn’t think of doing this with other questions so something must have clicked ;-)
 
I think that the OP must get his jollies from doing this.
 
Cheers

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Edit by: jayeff ,

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Hi @sarahw ,
 
I have a vague recollection that this [link|https://www.ifixit.com/Answers/View/684671/Could+it+be+a+hardware+issue+Why+is+the+iPhone+XR+doing+that|question] was asked before on iFixit and that the OP just kept on re-askingre-phrasing the question in a different way in response whenever someone answered itreplies to any answer as they were never satisfied with the answer.
I have a vague recollection that this [link|https://www.ifixit.com/Answers/View/684671/Could+it+be+a+hardware+issue+Why+is+the+iPhone+XR+doing+that|question] was asked before on iFixit and that the OP just kept on re-askingre-phrasing the question in a different way in response whenever someone answered itreplies to any answer as they were never satisfied with the answer.
 
Is it possible for you to check if the “original” question was asked about 11 months ago, (possibly posted with a different user name), hashas been archived or deleted to see if this was the case? (possibly posted with a different user name)
Is it possible for you to check if the “original” question was asked about 11 months ago, (possibly posted with a different user name), hashas been archived or deleted to see if this was the case? (possibly posted with a different user name)
 
I can’t find it so perhaps it has been deleted by the OP but you will notice that the OP just copied theirthe same question from where it was posted on another [link|https://forums.macrumors.com/threads/would-this-make-internal-damage.2230666/|website] about 11 months ago. They even used the same [link|https://www.ifixit.com/User/3884210/JohnCarl|username]
I can’t find it so perhaps it has been deleted by the OP but you will notice that the OP just copied theirthe same question from where it was posted on another [link|https://forums.macrumors.com/threads/would-this-make-internal-damage.2230666/|website] about 11 months ago. They even used the same [link|https://www.ifixit.com/User/3884210/JohnCarl|username]
 
@nick If I remember correctly I think that you responded with an answer that the OP kept dragging out with responses, requesting clarification or answers to other possible scenarios based on your answers
 
I may be wrong but I picked up on it as soon as I saw it posted and then did a Google search using the text of the question and it popped up straightaway in the other website. I wouldn’t think of doing this with other questions so something must have clicked ;-)
 
I think that the OP must get his jollies from doing this.
 
Cheers

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Edit by: jayeff ,

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Hi @sarahw ,
 
I have a vague recollection that this [link|https://www.ifixit.com/Answers/View/684671/Could+it+be+a+hardware+issue+Why+is+the+iPhone+XR+doing+that|question] was asked before on iFixit and that the OP just kept on re-asking the question in a different way in response whenever someone answered it as they were never satisfied with the answer.
 
Is it possible for you to check if the “original” question was asked nearly 12 monthsabout 11 months ago, (possibly posted with a different user name) agoname), has been archived or deleted to see if this was the case?
Is it possible for you to check if the “original” question was asked nearly 12 monthsabout 11 months ago, (possibly posted with a different user name) agoname), has been archived or deleted to see if this was the case?
 
I can’t find it so perhaps it has been deleted by the OP but you will notice that the OP just copied their question from where it was posted on another [link|https://forums.macrumors.com/threads/would-this-make-internal-damage.2230666/|website] about 11 months ago. They even used the same [link|https://www.ifixit.com/User/3884210/JohnCarl|username]
 
@nick If I remember correctly I think that you responded with an answer that the OP kept dragging out with responses, requesting clarification or answers to other possible scenarios based on your answers
 
I may be wrong but I picked up on it as soon as I saw it posted and then did a Google search using the text of the question and it popped up straightaway in the other website. I wouldn’t think of doing this with other questions so something must have clicked ;-)
 
I think that the OP must get his jollies from doing this.
 
Cheers

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Edit by: jayeff ,

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Hi @sarahw ,
 
I have a vague recollection that this [https://www.ifixit.com/Answers/View/684671/Could+it+be+a+hardware+issue+Why+is+the+iPhone+XR+doing+that|questionlink|https://www.ifixit.com/Answers/View/684671/Could+it+be+a+hardware+issue+Why+is+the+iPhone+XR+doing+that|question] was asked before on iFixit and that the OP just kept on re-asking the question in a different way in response whenever someone answered it as they were never satisfied with the answer.
I have a vague recollection that this [https://www.ifixit.com/Answers/View/684671/Could+it+be+a+hardware+issue+Why+is+the+iPhone+XR+doing+that|questionlink|https://www.ifixit.com/Answers/View/684671/Could+it+be+a+hardware+issue+Why+is+the+iPhone+XR+doing+that|question] was asked before on iFixit and that the OP just kept on re-asking the question in a different way in response whenever someone answered it as they were never satisfied with the answer.
 
Is it possible for you to check if the “original” question was asked nearly 12 monthsmonths, (possibly posted with a different user name) ago has been archived or deleted to see if this was the case?
Is it possible for you to check if the “original” question was asked nearly 12 monthsmonths, (possibly posted with a different user name) ago has been archived or deleted to see if this was the case?
 
I can’t find it so perhaps it has been deleted by the OP but you will notice that the OP just copied their question from where it was askedposted on another [https://forums.macrumors.com/threads/would-this-make-internal-damage.2230666/|website] nearly 12link|https://forums.macrumors.com/threads/would-this-make-internal-damage.2230666/|website] about 11 months ago. They even used the same [https://www.ifixit.com/User/3884210/JohnCarl|usernamelink|https://www.ifixit.com/User/3884210/JohnCarl|username]
I can’t find it so perhaps it has been deleted by the OP but you will notice that the OP just copied their question from where it was askedposted on another [https://forums.macrumors.com/threads/would-this-make-internal-damage.2230666/|website] nearly 12link|https://forums.macrumors.com/threads/would-this-make-internal-damage.2230666/|website] about 11 months ago. They even used the same [https://www.ifixit.com/User/3884210/JohnCarl|usernamelink|https://www.ifixit.com/User/3884210/JohnCarl|username]
 
@nick If I remember correctly I think that you responded with an answer that the OP kept dragging out with responses, requesting clarification or answers to other possible scenarios based on your answers
 
I may be wrong but I picked up on it as soon as I saw it posted and then did a Google search using the text of the question and it popped up straightaway in the other website. Wouldn’tI wouldn’t think of doing this with other questions so something must have clicked ;-)
I may be wrong but I picked up on it as soon as I saw it posted and then did a Google search using the text of the question and it popped up straightaway in the other website. Wouldn’tI wouldn’t think of doing this with other questions so something must have clicked ;-)
 
I think that the OP must get his jollies from doing this.
 
Cheers

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Original post by: jayeff ,

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Hi @sarahw ,

I have a vague recollection that this [https://www.ifixit.com/Answers/View/684671/Could+it+be+a+hardware+issue+Why+is+the+iPhone+XR+doing+that|question] was asked before on iFixit and that the OP just kept on re-asking the question in a different way in response whenever someone answered it as they were never satisfied with the answer.

Is it possible for you to check if the “original” question asked nearly 12 months ago has been archived or deleted to see if this was the case?

I can’t find it so perhaps it has been deleted by the OP but you will notice that the OP just copied their question from where it was asked on another [https://forums.macrumors.com/threads/would-this-make-internal-damage.2230666/|website] nearly 12 months ago. They even used the same [https://www.ifixit.com/User/3884210/JohnCarl|username]

@nick If I remember correctly I think that you responded with an answer that the OP kept dragging out with responses, requesting clarification or answers to other possible scenarios based on your answers

I may be wrong but I picked up on it as soon as I saw it posted and then did a Google search using the text of the question and it popped up straightaway in the other website. Wouldn’t think of doing this with other questions so something must have clicked ;-)

I think that the OP must get his jollies from doing this.

Cheers

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