when taking a computer apart, why is it important to not stack boards on top of each other?

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If you’ve ever taken apart a computer, you may have noticed that there are many different boards. It’s important to stack the boards in a certain order when they come out of the system, so that everything is properly placed and organized. This will help prevent any chance of damage or failure during reassembly.

Number of words: 148.

This sentence is missing a verb for the first clause, “If you’ve ever taken apart a computer.” This should be either “When taking apart” or “Have you ever tried to take apart?”

The second paragraph’s opening sentence has an unclear antecedent with no pronoun in front of it before the comma. It could be referring to both boards when it says “it’s important not stack them on top of each other,” but this isn’t clear until later in the paragraph where there is more context about what was being talked about earlier. The end doesn’t mention that stacking boards can cause damage during reassembly and leaves readers wondering if they are supposed to understand that from reading between lines .

It’s missing a verb for the first clause, “If you’ve ever taken apart a computer.” This should be either “When taking apart” or “Have you ever tried to take apart?”

The second paragraph’s opening sentence has an unclear antecedent with no pronoun in front of it before the comma. It could be referring to both boards when it says “it’s important not stack them on top of each other,” but this isn’t clear until later in the paragraph where there is more context about what was being talked about earlier. The end doesn’t mention that stacking boards can cause damage during reassembly and leaves readers wondering if they are supposed to understand that from reading between lines.

This sentence contains incorrect punctuation : “Why is it important not to stack boards on top of each other?”

This sentence contains incorrect punctuation: “When taking apart, why is it important not to stack boards on top of each other.”

The second paragraph’s opening sentence has an unclear antecedent with no pronoun in front of it before the comma. It could be referring to both boards when it says “it’s important not stack them on top of each other,” but this isn’t clear until later in the paragraph where there is more context about what was being talked about earlier. The end doesn’t mention that stacking boards can cause damage during reassembly and leaves readers wondering if they are supposed to understand that from reading between lines.

This sentence contains a comma splice: “This sentence contains incorrect punctuation when taking apart, why is it important not to stack boards on top of each other.”

The second paragraph mentions that stacking the board can cause damage during reassembly. There isn’t any evidence in this blog post’s content about how much stacking boards might affect them or what kind of damage could happen if they were stacked together for an extended period of time.

Additional information: these types of errors aren’t present throughout the rest of the text and seem like a good place to start with editing since there are many things that need clarification and context added.

– Why should two boards be placed side-by-side instead? This will make pulling components off easier because both sides would have access points