I thought this definitely would have been asked before, but I searched and couldn't find it.
I was looking at one of my questions I asked a while ago and I realised a very minor typo in it. Actually, a user has already suggested an edit to fix this typo, but it was rejected (not by me), probably because most of the edit was converting from British to American spelling (so the reviewers probably didn't see the one actual typo being fixed).
My question is, should I edit my question to fix this typo? The posts I've read so far (on MetaSE) have said not to do this to others' posts if you have <2k rep (don't suggest trivial edits, and the 6 character limit supports this too), but if you have more than 2k then feel free to edit.
However (this is my main issue), since this is on my own post, I don't want it to be perceived as though I'm unnecessarily bumping my question to get it more views or votes.
If it was an error that substantially affected the post (like a mathematical one), then I feel like this wouldn't be a big problem. On the other hand, all fixes, even a trivial typo, do improve the question.