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    fp100c problem

    I'm trying to use FP100C in an RB67. I know the black bar on the right is due to the design of the RB67, but why am I getting the horizontal burn mark?
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    f/22 and be there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BetterSense View Post
    I'm trying to use FP100C in an RB67. I know the black bar on the right is due to the design of the RB67, but why am I getting the horizontal burn mark?
    I'm confused how you even got it to one side... Mine are always centered and all 4 sides have a slight black (or whatever color the dark is) bar.. but I have an RZ.

    But what I see is light leak... There's a big hole somewhere...
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    This is what I get...

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    The horizontal burn is the same dimensions as the paper pull tab. Isn't it more likely that I loaded it wrong? Still, I cannot see another way to load it.
    f/22 and be there.

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    Can it be that your rollers in your polaroid back are dirty and not distributing the developer chemicals evenly? It looks like it's not squishing through properly.

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    I cleaned them. Is the white paper pull tab supposed to be threaded thru the rollers?
    f/22 and be there.

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    No, the pull tab comes out above the rollers.

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    Can you please clarify "above"?
    f/22 and be there.

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    Here is a pic. You can see the tab slot (on the left where my finger is holding back the tab) next to the roller slot on the right

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    I think I fixed it. Does this look better? It seems so wrong...
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    f/22 and be there.

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