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  1. #11

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    Have you tried a different developer or only the Zonal Pro HQ? You might want to do a test of a large tray of Dectol vs. the Zonal Pro. Do your normal printing but make a print developed in each type. Then compare after washing. Also have you proved that the base gets warmer as the print soak time increases? Or does it get warmer as the developer is used? These are the opposite and you should be able to tell which is happening. I have seen more staining on these papers (which I believe are closely related) then other warmtones. Make sure you use fresh stop and fixer when testing.

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    That all sounds like good advice Chuck. I have some testing to do I suppose(my least favorite thing). I don't think paper base is warming with the age of the developer, in fact just the opposite, but I will make a definitive test soon and see for sure.

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