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Here's my typical low-tech answer: remove the glass, use some mechanics hand cleaner (without any grit) on it, then rinse with warm or hot water, dry immediately with something lint free, reinstall. And while you're doing this, think about the stuff that gets on the inside of your windshield, in that sealed up car you drive...hmmm, wonder what happens when it's inhaled??? on 03/27/2002 03:57 AM, Artistic Photography at email@example.com wrote: > How does one remove this haze? I have opened my Epson 1600 Expression, > and cleaned it with Statx spray cleaner and compressed air, there does > seem to be a slight haze though now that you mention it. Mike > > Michael and Mary Messner > Artistic Photography > www.artistic-photo.com > > > This problem seems to be most obvious very early in the life of a > scanner. I've had all of my flatbeds open to clean plasticizer haze, > usually when new or a few weeks old. Since then, the build up is very > slow. That makes some sense, since the scanners are usually exposed to > the worst conditions during shipment from the orient, and because the > most plasticizer is evaporating off of the plastic early in the > plastic's life. > > Art > - Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.