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If the dehumidifier improves your burning, then you weren't drying a thick layer of emulsion well enough. Give screens plenty of time to dry. Also, what I do with my scoop coater is to apply a layer on each side of the screen with the rounded side, bottom of the screen then the inside, then I use the sharp side to scrap extra emulsion off and make the layers more uniform.

Even with the glass holding it down, your film may not be completely flush with the screen mesh, which can cause problems in burning, with detail and definition. You may want to cut out a thick piece of foam to fit inside your screen, and then have the screen on top of the foam with the film on top of the mesh and the glass on top of that.
 
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