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    JOBO CPA 2 No Instructions

    Greetings; I am new to rotary processing , It appears that the Jobo CPA 2 can be used for both Prints and Films; I do not have an
    Instruction book , where could I locate the information I may need to operate this machine? I intend to try Sheet Film ( 4 x 5 ) first. I assume F on the motor button will give me the correct speed of rotation,
    Cheers Barrie B. Australia.

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    http://www.jobo-usa.com has manuals on the site I believe if not pretty good info

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    barrie,

    look under "support" in the analog section and choose the manual option

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    Manualllll....

    Quote Originally Posted by BarrieB
    Greetings; I am new to rotary processing , It appears that the Jobo CPA 2 can be used for both Prints and Films; I do not have an
    Instruction book , where could I locate the information I may need to operate this machine? I intend to try Sheet Film ( 4 x 5 ) first. I assume F on the motor button will give me the correct speed of rotation,
    Cheers Barrie B. Australia.
    Here it is.
    Don't expect to much from it.
    Last edited by hka; 07-07-2008 at 02:58 PM. Click to view previous post history.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hka
    Here it is.
    Don't expect to much from it.
    There is a much larger manual on the site Lee referenced - nearly 100 pages worth.

    Bob.

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    Yes, the site has plenty of information. And the first thing you will learn is that "F" is not the speed you want... :-)

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    Missing Instructions, Jobo CPA 2 .

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    barrie,look under "support" in the analog section and choose the manual option lee\c
    ******* Thanks every-one, I now have ALL the much needed instructions, great. I have the unit set-up and expect to give it a ' trial run ' soon. Gee APUG is a great ' Community ', I hope I can be of help to someone one day. Cheers Barrie B.

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    Hey good people!
    I would like to re-open this topic.

    I good a Jobo CPA with a lift for a bargain. But no instructions than the 1 sheet of paper included. Overall i think i know what to do with it but i still have no idea how much water i should put into it and what rotation speed and mode i should use.. I was hoping that somebody here could help me with that

    Thanks a lot!

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    Quote Originally Posted by CHHAHH View Post
    Hey good people!
    I would like to re-open this topic.

    I good a Jobo CPA with a lift for a bargain. But no instructions than the 1 sheet of paper included. Overall i think i know what to do with it but i still have no idea how much water i should put into it and what rotation speed and mode i should use.. I was hoping that somebody here could help me with that

    Thanks a lot!
    So, you don't want to read the instructions provided by lee in this thread?
    this is on the very first page-Tempering bath capacity: 4.75 gallons (18 liters)
    page 8 gives recommended rotation speeds
    www.vinnywalsh.com

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    I couldn't open the link...
    But thanks for your answer!!!

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