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Old 02-18-2004, 06:26 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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I have a friend who would rather remain unknown who has a question. I told her that I would post the question for her. This person is new to tantalk and is afraid to ask the question herself because she is concerned that everyone will harrass her.

Can we all just please focus on the question and come up with a real answer for her?

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I have 2004 model sunvision pro 28 just opened my salon in december and a handfull of my customers are getting three lines down their back where the acculic re inforcers are thru my years of tanning I have never seen or heard of this the manufactuer tells me it's their pressure points have you seen this and or agree with that response?
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Old 02-18-2004, 06:32 PM   #2 (permalink)
 
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My beds have acrylic supports (I hope all beds do) and I've had no such complaints. Sunvision eh? Maybe you got some old bulbs with the bed? Maybe they just happen to be installed near the areas that are not tanning. Never heard of body length pressure points?
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My base beds have 2 supports that run from head to foot and we have no problem at all. I would think it is bulb related but I am not sure enough that I would bet money on it. Not my money anyway.
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That is what I was thinking too, Neon! I have never heard of pressure points that are the full length of a person's body.

Any more ideas?????
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interesting.. maybe her acrylic is worped in such a way that its defracting the light awat from the lines? are there any sighns of stress?
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Good one, Dan!!!!!!!!

See, I knew we could get some answers here without the bashing!!!!!

You guys are great!!! Thanks!!!!!!!

I am not the most informed when it comes to this topic. I am so happy that all of you are willing to help!!!

Keep the answers and ideas coming!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Old 02-18-2004, 07:43 PM   #7 (permalink)
 
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can she tell the manufacturer that if they new there were pressure points that wer this large... why wasnt she told before she bought the equipment... are the beds new?
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Consider the manufacturer................. *wink* *wink* ?
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I'm putting my money on the bulbs. Do you, I MEAN YOUR FRIEND, have a UV tester??

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