No, be really careful about cracking open the textbook-of-oft-asked-questions. Canned questions have a tendency to come across as staid and forced, and they'll already have been asked on every other site on the subject. From all early indications, this site will have no trouble gaining genuine, organic participation from people who are actually having these problems.
That's how to keep the questions interesting and intriguing.
So, try not to "seed" your site too much or the whole thing is going to look conspicuously-boring and contrived. That will not make for an interesting site.
[The act of "seeding" a site] suggests to me that we’re coming up with questions just for the sake of asking questions. My concern is, if people feel that the author doesn’t really care about the answer, the whole exercise would likely be perceived as a waste of time.
— from Asking the First Questions