Need Help With Why Image Won't Load

I am needing to find out what css or script needs to be excluded from the deferral tag.  If you go to this page - you will see under the herb bottle a blank thumbnail.  That is what should be showing the label of the product.  But it seems when I lazy load images to improve my pagespeed score that the label image isn't displayed anymore.

I have looked on Google console, but to no avail, so please tell me the steps to identify the script or css that needs to be excluded.

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Dave BaldwinFixer of ProblemsCommented:
Right now it all works in Firefox.  ??
sharingsunshineAuthor Commented:
Thanks for your answer.  However, I am on FF 64 and 64 bit with Windows 10 and it isn't showing for me.  Here is a screenshot

I can be logged in our out and the label isn't showing.

By the way, I have cleared my browser cache.  So, please give me some insight how to fix this issue.

Dave BaldwinFixer of ProblemsCommented:
This script <script defer='defer' src="" defer="defer" type="text/javascript"></script> is not loading and Firefox says that the second copy of defer="defer" is an error.
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David FavorLinux/LXD/WordPress/Hosting SavantCommented:
There's no reason to use Lazy Loading with your site... because...

Your site's already running as HTTP/2, so nothing can be gained by Lazy Loading...

Lazy Loading will only slow down visitor experience with an HTTP/2 site as HTTP/2 starts all download simultaneously, so Lazy Loading defers this process... which is exactly the opposite of what your after... so...

First thing.

Get rid of Lazy Loading, then work on your problem.

Something seems very off in your hosting too. shows a very odd waterfall for your site, since you're using WordPress.

Might be you're using a badly broken caching plugin, which seems to have broken many assets on your page.

you can use this tool to help you to fix the speed problem.
David FavorLinux/LXD/WordPress/Hosting SavantCommented:
The more I look at this site, the odder it seems to me.

You can't even begin to address performance, will you fix all the other problems of this site... which appear to be caused by adding in oddball optimization plugins.

Likely best to deactivate all optimization related plugins, including flush cache + deactivate caching.

Then run your site through WPT again. You'll have to keep turning off plugins till you get an accurate waterfall.

Suggestion: If your site really is receiving high traffic, then likely best to contract someone to assist you increasing your site performance.

The WPT forums have... likely many 1000s of posts related to have best to increase performance...

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sharingsunshineAuthor Commented:
based on your suggestion, I have rethinking my optimization plugins and using webpage test to determine the best choices.
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