05-13-2011, 03:59 PM
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Originally Posted by Austin
Well, it's not noticeable because it's in the back. It was 125$ w/ tax. I couldn't care less if the corner in the back is chipped aesthetics-wise... I just want to know if I'm at risk for it blowing up!! And the reason you are torn is because it looks bad, or is it because it is at risk of cracking and causing a LOT of damage. It's on the second floor...
A little of both actually. Since it's on the back, that rules out being able to see it but I'd still have to wonder if it was ok structurally.
But having said that, since it's never happened to me, i've got nothing to base it on. If you get good feedback here from people who have had similar experiences, then I wouldn't worry anymore.