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Dummy holes in flat panle

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Thake it back! These screens are cut from a large sheet. The expencive models are cut from the middel of the sheet, Cheaper models from the edges. Chances of a dead spot are greater on the edges of the sheet.

Posted on Apr 23, 2008

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