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The reputation I gained in a specific day passed from 115 to 90, as shown the next day. In the summary, I haven't found anything that could explain why the reputation was decreased.

How can I find the reason of the reputation lost?

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Go to the reputation tab

Click the "show removed posts" checkbox at the bottom

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You should see an account of wherever you lost rep due to deleted posts, etc (i.e, non-public stuff).

If it still doesn't add up, go to, scroll down, and select "Trigger Reputation Recalc". This isn't supposed to be needed now, but it doesn't hurt to try :)

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Care to copy this to the FAQ at How do I audit my reputation? (Earlier I've flagged to merge, but no cigar.) – Arjan Jun 12 '12 at 5:26
@Arjan: Here you go: – Manishearth Jun 12 '12 at 7:19

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