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    I've had two old batches of fixer that sulphured. The first was Kodak rapid fixer, unopened, the other a partially-used bottle of stock Zonal Pro rapid fixer. Solid cake of sulphur at the bottom of the bottle in both cases.

    Just buy new.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jsimoespedro View Post
    Just fixed the entire film. Came out perfect.
    Of course it would come out perfect, now.

    In a few years, you might get pretty spots on your negatives, where adsorbed sulfur reacts with silver. Let's hope you get lucky, or just don't use fixer that's precipitating yellow stuff (that's sulphur), unless your negs are not worth being preserved.
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