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I am unable to answer my own question due to not enough reputation. The question is:

I think if I am not allowed to answer the question then it will mislead someone because the answer I have accepted is wrong one and there are no other correct answers.

So is it good to leave as it is?

I think I made the mistake in hurry to accept it. Now I know the answer and want to post it, but the system does not allow to submit due to not enough reputation.

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up vote 12 down vote accepted

You can always click on the check box again to remove the status as an accepted answer.

As a new user, I believe there's an 8-hour time limit for self-answering on questions. Once this limit has passed, you can submit your answer & accept it.

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