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I want light to shine down onto specimen. The light is plugged into power but I have to hold it over the specimen. Where do you attach it

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I am attaching a link to an instruction manual.
You can clearly see where the light is meant to mount.
www.ken-a-vision.com/pdf/INS-SC5.pdf

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