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    Quote Originally Posted by RalphLambrecht View Post
    tha's wthe chemistruy iuse w(ith tmax400),but i use twobath fixing with all tmax films!
    Ralph, are you drunk? I can't understand what you typed/wrote

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    I used to do two bath fix on Tmax as well, but I stopped after awhile. Seems like it didnt need it, but what it did need was extra washing to get the dye out.

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    The advantage of 2 fixing baths is that often when using a single bath that single bath becomes silver saturated and does not fix properly. Leaving you not knowing at what point that fixer became exhausted and if the film has been fixed sufficiently. So I always use two baths and test the first bath while the film is in the second bath, when I discover it's exhausted, I simply extend the fix time of the second bath by a minute.

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