I recently asked Why are the cabin chimes one semitone lower on the Boeing 747-400 than on other aircraft? on the main site. It was later deemed to be primarily based on opinions, but it's not.
I recently edited the question to clarify why it's not primarily based on opinions, but it was reviewed as Leave Closed in the reopen review queue.
The question is not based on opinions. If you look at the video links I supplied in the post, it is a fact that the cabin chimes on the 747-400 are lower-pitched than most other planes. All but of the planes in the other compilation video I linked are at the same higher pitch. It's not just my opinion that they're lower-pitched.
Also, if the answer is that "the chime manufacturer simply built it that way", that should be an answer. Questions shouldn't be closed based on the answer, the merits of the question alone should be judged.
Can someone, preferably one of the users who voted to close or reviewed it as "Leave Closed" please explain to me why they thought it was primarily based on opinions, or why they still thought the close reason was correct even though I edited in an explanation why it's not?
And if it's not, can it please be reopened (and replaced with a different close reason if necessary)?