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    Red LEDs aren't usually a problem for paper. Electrical tape is a good temporary covering for them, better than cardboard boxes.

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    Neon lamps should be little problem for photo paper. Their spectral response looks fairly like that of amber safelights. If in doubt, cover lamps with litho tape. This should block any light that will affect paper and cut down on the light to which film is sensitive. You will still be able to see when many lights are lit in a darkroom when covered by litho tape.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jp498 View Post
    Red LEDs aren't usually a problem for paper. Electrical tape is a good temporary covering for them, better than cardboard boxes.
    The red LEDs were easy enough to deal with, it is the green ones that are giving me fits. The ones on the main FIOS box are especially bright. Still need to find the electrical tape, either that or go buy a new roll.

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