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Log out of Facebook You may want to clear your cache (on your browser) as well. Click “Manage Permissions” on the left hand side “Country Restrictions” If you have a restriction your page will not be public.
Now enter in your Facebook URL, and when it pulls up your page do you see the generic Facebook page asking you to sign up or login? Someone must be logged in, in order to view your page.
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