As we can see the js error comes from plugin.
Please check how it works with the default WooCommerce theme – Storefront.
It is important to check if the problem persists with the default theme to find out if it comes from the theme or from something else.
Go to Appearance > Themes > install and activate the Storefront theme. Then test and let us know the result.
Widgets could be messed up after switching, so open the Appearance > Widgets tab before switching to be able to move the widgets to the correct area after switching back.
Please check how it works when “Advanced Layout” is disabled in Theme Options–>WooCommerce(Shop)–>Cart/Checkout.
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