Updated question (I originally misread the history and Ben N picked it up.)
The following question originated on Server Fault and was migrated here: Accidentally left a small form factor PC in ~100F (37c) temperature for several hours - is it safe to use? [on hold].
A number of people thought this was too opinion-based, and in a literal sense, it is. However, there really isn't much opinion required to answer what was asked.
- The equipment was in a powered-off state in 89 degree F temperature (100 F in the title, but that difference doesn't affect the answer), which is well within equipment tolerances.
- The OP has no understanding of what might even be potential risks, so asks whether a surge protector or UPS is needed to protect other equipment from damage, or even whether the equipment should simply be trashed to avoid risks.
- The question received a number of quality answers.
- For an "opinion-based" question, there was no difference in opinion among the answers.
- The question is generally applicable to many users and the subject matter is on-topic here rather than Server Fault.
The question was voted closed as opinion-based. Since the question had been migrated here, that action caused the migration to be rejected. So now it is back at Server Fault, and closed there, and closed and locked here (if it is even technically still here at all).
Personally, I would vote to reopen this one, and another user indicated the same in comments on that thread. In its current state, though, the community can't voice its opinion on whether the question should be reopened.
As things stand, it will get deleted on both sites. The only opportunity for the question and answers to avoid deletion would be here. It looks like this would require moderator action at this point, and given the history, there may not be a mechanism to bring it here closed and allow the community to vote to reopen.
So I'll just request moderator judgement and intervention to migrate the thread back here, or unlock it, if it's deemed an acceptable question.