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Setting "bad" videos to "private" before applying for monetization

ACP_777

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Hi,
I own a channel with 27k subs and my request for monetization has been recently declined. I have about 50 videos on my channel of which 45 are 100% my own material and the remaining 5 I believe are the videos causing the problem but I am not 100% certain. I was wondering if I set those to "private" and re-apply for monetization could they still interfere, or will they be ignore when YouTube review the channel. I prefer not to remove them completely as they have a decent number of views and as of today I am not even 100% sure those are the ones causing the issue.
Alternatively, would you know if there is a way to know for sure which videos cause for the monetization not to be approved? Thank you.
 

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As the channel review teams can see all videos on your channel, setting videos you think would endanger your success to Private won't work; they must be deleted instead. One of the only ways to know for sure would be to ask yourself the following question.

Did I create everything in my videos from scratch myself?
 

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Judging by 99% of the posts here with similar situations as yours, those five videos are the problem.
 
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