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From the Hamilton Beach website:Q Should I close the clips on my Stay or Go slow cooker during cooking?A We recommend closing the clips only during transport and storage. Closing the clips during cooking will not allow for proper ventilation of steam.
The mount system is important to stabilize the tub during transport, if your careful you can move this without them. To prevent damage, you can remove the top, pack the unit with blankets to prevent banging around, and damage to control panel inside. Just be careful and this can be done without damage to the unit.
It was probably some damage during the transport. A microwave is an extremely dangerous appliance. Mu sincere suggestion is that you take it to a qualified repairman, have it repaired and ask for a certificate to verify that there is no radiation leaks anywhere.
It better to tranport the Coppier in the carton it came with will all the foams. Althernatively srecure the doors and any other part the can move or open during transportation. Put good shock foam and it will be safe to transport the coppier
LOOKS LIKE DEFINITELY SOMETHING HAPPENED DURING TRANSPORTATION. Very unusual issue. It is the best to run test patterns in service mode to figure out if problem created before of after Optical block. If red stripe present in optical test patterns - that's mean optics is bad or something is laying on the lens. Unfortunately I can not tell you how to do that because if you will make any mistake during getting out of test paterns mode your TV could stack with white raster forever and total system re-initialization have to be performed in service center. But first you can carefully remove screen and look at optical block lens - maybe something blocking it. I doubt it though because it is red stripe, not the dark one. So next step - call tech to run patterns and determine if optics is bad. If distortion is absent during test patterns - than it is issue if digital nature and created by TV's electronics on main chassis. I personally think that during transportation something happened to red LCD part of the optical and optical block have to be refurbished or replaced. Good luck with this one! Russ.
1. Good safety precaution: drain your gas tank and remove your battery. You can also opt to crate your motorcycle at this point.
2. Wash your motorcycle even if it will be shipping on an open trailer. You want to be able to spot any chips, dings, or nicks before shipment.
3. If you are not removing the battery and your motorcycle has an alarm, disarm it before shipping.
4. Be sure to secure any loose parts and specialty items such as exhaust, saddle bags, tank bags, hard luggage, fairings and anything else that could get in the way during transport.
5. Make sure that your tires are properly inflated and that you don't have any fluid leaks.
6. Have a specific list with any problems your motorcycle may have. Your carrier will want to know of such things during the loading and unloading of your motorcycle.
7. To prevent disputes of possible damage during shipment, make a report of any existing damage prior to pickup. You may also want to take dated pictures of your motorcycle.
8. Also make sure to fold in any parts that can be folded such as the side mirrors. And lock the handle bar if possible.
9. Be sure to avoid shipping brokerage sites who don't verify DOT Licence credentials (i.e. uship.com ...) - these sites often allow unlicensed shippers and can result in your property being stolen.