1. Articulate what the issue is, and be as specific as you can.
2. Apply basic troubleshooting:
3. Consult the datasheets and reference manuals. Sources include:
4. Search to see if someone has asked the same question already. If you don't find the same question but find one that may be related, include that in your post and why you think it's related but not the same. That will help other community users to build off of your thought process and the effort you already made in your research instead of duplicating it.
5. Include the relevant parts of your development setup in the problem description. Examples include:
6. Include steps to reproduce the problem or specific conditions the problem occurs in, and approximately how often the problem happens under these conditions.
7. Be patient and avoid making duplicates of your question. If you need to add or change information after you have created the post, comment in the same thread.
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