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Before you flag this question as a duplicate of Warn new users when they ask a question after a previous question is closed, downvoted, or deleted, please consider that I'm not discussing if such a warning is useful (I fully agree that it's useful), but instead I have problems following the advice given in the warning because I seem to have ran into a special case (deleted questions which I can't see anymore). This topic might need attention from an SE developer.
When I go to https://android.stackexchange.com/questions/ask then I get the warning
Wait! Some of your past questions have not been well-received, and you're in danger of being blocked from asking any more.
along with some helpful links for resolving this issue.
However, when I go to my profile, I see only one question, and it's currently upvoted with 2. I think that this can't be the reason for the warning, so I don't understand why the warning is there.
Maybe in the past I had bad style questions on android.stackexchange.com which were deleted, but now I barely remember and I can't find them and I can't improve them. So the warning is there for a reason which I can't reconstruct. So ultimately, the warning is almost useless for me, except that it vaguely tells me to do better.
I think that this warning shouldn't be there, or that it should give me more information what I have been doing wrong. Can I switch it off somehow or do something else about it?