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Crack in base of Board

I recently purchased a Rome Agent Rocker 155 a few weeks ago. I looked over the board when i got it and it seem to be fine. However, I noticed today that there is a small crack in the base, about a half inch, I personally think the board is fine, but I want peoples opinion. The board is brand new and has never been used.
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It's from the die cutting process. It's not on common with a sintered base.
I wouldn't worry about it, the chance of it propagating is pretty minimal.
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I recently purchased a Rome Agent Rocker 155 a few weeks ago. I looked over the board when i got it and it seem to be fine. However, I noticed today that there is a small crack in the base, about a half inch, I personally think the board is fine, but I want peoples opinion. The board is brand new and has never been used.
Rome has good CS. Let them know. So if it does get worse, you'll be on record.
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