Today, a user asked what エレクトーソ means, presumably because they mixed up the similar-looking kana ン and ソ. Tokyo Nagoya helpfully left a comment pointing out their mistake, and then Szymon edited the question to fix the spelling.
I assume that after seeing Tokyo Nagoya's comment, the OP could look it up for themselves. That is, the real problem wasn't "What is エレクトーン?", it was the mistake they made while reading the kana. This question probably won't be helpful to other users in the future.
I think we used to close this sort of question as "too localized", but we don't have that close reason anymore. And since I couldn't figure out a reason to close it, I posted a brief answer, but I'm not sure that was the right thing to do.
What should we do with this question? Is it on-topic? Should we have a close reason for "based on a typo/mistake" or some such?