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Sheila S.

Glare on panto

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Does anyone have a problem with the overhead light glare on the pantogragh plastic? Mine has a pretty good amount of glare and it is really hard on the eyes. Is there anything I can do to get rid of the glare? Any help is appreciated.

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Yes, I actually have to turn off the light directly above my frame.  Luckily there is one other light in the room and it is enough for me to work by.  Is your entire panto area in a glare or just one part of it?  Mine is just one end.


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I put the panto on top of the plastic cover; I tape it down with blue painter's tape, it peels off easy enough.


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I have that problem, too.  I solve it by just repositioning my overhead lights a bit.  I have Dave's Dee-Lites (I think that's how he spelled it).  If you can reposition, try that first.  


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