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How does accepting an answer work?

I self-answered my question, but the system won't let me self-accept my answer unless I wait another 2 days.

Will this limitation be removed when I get more reputation points? If that's not the case, can this limitation be lifted given certain conditions (for example: user has more than 2,000 points and answer has more than a certain amount of upvotes)?

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marked as duplicate by Gelatin, jonsca, Adam Lear, Michael Petrotta, Sathya Sep 30 '11 at 5:05

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No. Accepting your own answer always requires a two day wait, regardless of reputation.

See also Why must I wait 2 days before accepting my own answer?

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