ScrapRack on its back?

If you find your ScrapRack pages dragging across the table top, you may have your ScrapRack set up on its back.

If your ScrapRack is set up properly, when you look at it from the back, it will look like this...

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When you look at it from the front, it will look like this...

ScrapRack set up properly, Totally-Tiffany, ScrapRack on its back (1)-001

If your ScrapRack is set up on its back, from the back, it will look like this...

ScrapRack set up incorrect on its back(2)-001

From the front it will look like this...

ScrapRack set up incorrect on its back(3)

Set up on its back, it will still work, however, the pages will drag across the tabletop and if your ScrapRack gets really heavy, it might even tip over.

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