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 For caches from geocaching.com and some of the opencaching sites you can report, that the cache has a problem in parallel of logging your "Found it" or "​Didn'​t find it" log. For caches from geocaching.com and some of the opencaching sites you can report, that the cache has a problem in parallel of logging your "Found it" or "​Didn'​t find it" log.
  
-Click on the field to open a drop down menu containing the available problem reports (depending on the geocaching provider):+Click on the field to open a drop down menu containing the available problem reports (depending on the geocaching provider, cache type, cache status and log type):
  
 ^ Menu item ^ Description ^ ^ Menu item ^ Description ^
 |No Problem|No problem report will be attached to your log.\\ This is the default selection.| |No Problem|No problem report will be attached to your log.\\ This is the default selection.|
 |Logbook is full|Informs the owner, that the logbook of the cache is full.| |Logbook is full|Informs the owner, that the logbook of the cache is full.|
 +|Container might be missing|Informs the owner, that the cache container is probably gone.\\ This problem type is not available in conjunction with a "Found it" log.|
 |Container is damaged|Informs the owner, that something is wrong with the geocache container.| |Container is damaged|Informs the owner, that something is wrong with the geocache container.|
 |Cache should be archived|Informs the reviewers/​administrators of the geocaching provider, that this cache should be archived.| |Cache should be archived|Informs the reviewers/​administrators of the geocaching provider, that this cache should be archived.|
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