Full question: Can What should I do when someone answers my question? be improved by suggesting the OP provide clarification and guidance when the existing answers are not satisfactory?
In an answer to a recent Meta question (Why are users not being more actively guided to accept?), I proposed linking to the above-referenced Help article as a comment to new question users who ask a question and then act like a lump on a log (no up or down voting, no accepting of an answer, etc.).
The referenced Help item leaves out something important, in my opinion. I think it should include guidance on what to do if you are not satisfied with the posted answers. Here is a first draft for an addition, which could be inserted right after "Wait until you receive an answer that answers your question well":
If your question does not get answered to your satisfaction, you can edit your question to try to make it clearer. For example, you could provide more context to your question. You might be able to improve the formatting. Spell-checking your question might make it easier for others to understand what you are trying to find out.
Alternatively, a link could be added to another existing Help article: "What should I do if no one answers my question?"