Here's my point-of-view on this issue:
The question was not answerable because it did not have anywhere near enough information. That's nothing to do with anybody's expertise. The question was inherently low quality.
Consequently, Stack Exchange guidelines indicate it should not be migrated.
See this post for information: What are the guidelines for flagging posts for migration to another site?
In particular, refer to this point:
It must be a high quality post. If you would vote to close the post on the source site (with the exception of off topic), then it more than likely be closed for the same reason on the destination site. We don't migrate crap.
It's certainly not my place to say how you run EE, as I'm not regularly part of this community. However, please ensure you follow general SE guidelines when dealing with other sites.
As a side note, the approach we take to low quality questions on Arduino SE is to put them on hold until they are answerable (which may or may not involve discussion in the comments). As far as we're concerned, this is again in line with the general SE approach. The result of doing this is that a migrated question gets automatically sent back.