Very good question - the hiding of custom close reason seems like either a decision that should be reviewed or we should agitate for changing the threshold - I can see no reason why we shouldn’t let a user like you see precisely why the vote to close was cast.
Since they are not widely visible, first the reasons chosen seem appropriate to me, so I won’t be casting a binding vote to reopen.
Questions must demonstrate a reasonable amount of research & understanding of the problem being solved. Please edit to either a) clearly describe your problem and the research done so far to solve it or b) include attempted solutions plus why they didn't work. In either case, be sure your expected results are clearly presented.
It doesn’t seem to be general enough to reopen without edits to clarify, but I also wouldn’t override the consensus if high rep users vote to reopen. It’s not horrible, but it’s certainly not a good hardware recommendation / repair question in the first version of that post. Edits could easily clean it up so it would be premature to delete it IMO.
We also close off site resource request questions so if this gets edited in to “help me source parts for this operation” it would likely be closed if it didn’t meet site quality standards.
Both of these close reasons are tailored to this site, so I appreciate very much asking on how / when to use them. If there’s a lot of confusion, we could flesh out meta questions to explain when these are used well and when these had to be reversed, but generally, I haven’t seen many problems with this close reason in the last 24 months here.