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Can't see screen outside in sun.

You can see the screen great inside but outside when its sunny you can forget it.
Is there anything I can do to help the viewing?

Thanks, Larry

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  • hudson1323 May 20, 2009

    Cupping hands around doesn't work. I have the same frustrating problem.



    HELP!?



    Ziggy

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Nope,they're designed that way..but when you're outside try covering the screen with your hands that might work great..

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