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Is my Le Creuset skillet damaged?

notBader | Aug 7, 201910:05 PM     5

I bought a new Le Creuset black signature skillet and after 2 uses it has developed this brown stain on top and the bottom looks chipped. I don't have much experience so could someone please let me know if this is normal or if my skillet is damaged?

I didn't use high heat to cook, the highest I used was 7/10 but when I say that it started burning the food I turned it down to 4/10

The second time I cooked I added the oil after the skillet heated up which I learned now is a mistake

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