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Slow cooker is lifting its lid during the cooking process

The lid on my cookworks slow cooker has started to bubble and lift during the cooking process. STeam is bubbling out round the edges and soaking my kitchen surface. PLease advise if i need to take this back to argos or whether this is normal. thank you

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Its normal try a towel or a tray

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