You can type in your question under the "Have a question?" section. Stephanie Lin/Business Insider
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Type your question into the search bar using the simplest, most direct language you can.
4. Browse among the highlighted sections Amazon pulls up for you where it detected keywords from your query.
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5. If your question has not been answered by previous customers, scroll down below the highlighted content and click the button that reads "Post your question."
Now sit back and wait for community members to edify you.
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