I think we all had this issue in the last years:
As we learn and grow our own knowledge, things we once considered hard become easy.
Now, our answers often address issues that are pretty easy to fix by tweaking simple things like...
- leveling the bed
- fixing the settings in the slicer
- replacing a broken endstop for a new part
- correct replacement nozzle
- pretty 2/3rd of the questions in troubleshooting
At other times, we clearly go into advanced repairs and fixes, for example:
- flashing firmware
- small alterations of the firmware
- installing new capabilities to a printer
- most of the remaining 1/3rd of troubleshooting, usually for the points above
And then there are at times rather complicated things, for example:
- sifting through the firmware to find when one function is actually called
- the remaining troubleshooting turns out the be this, because of the oddity of the problem.
Let us make a rough guideline what rough level of expertise we expect from a common user and how to address the required level of details in answers!