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    So I've got this D-76...

    Wagers?

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    Disposal please

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    Quote Originally Posted by clayne View Post
    Wagers?

    I would say it's pooched, toss it and mix some fresh, next time, use glass beads or marbles to keep the level up high enough so it doesn't oxidize like that on you. I use a soft sided bottle so that I can toss glass beads into it to get the level close then squeeze slightly to get the last of the air out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wogster View Post
    I would say it's pooched, toss it and mix some fresh, next time, use glass beads or marbles to keep the level up high enough so it doesn't oxidize like that on you. I use a soft sided bottle so that I can toss glass beads into it to get the level close then squeeze slightly to get the last of the air out.
    wogs, I don't normally keep them in one of these. This was just a "grab" container I was using for a bit. I let it sit around knowing I wouldn't be using it regularly.

    Looks like 10w30.
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    wagers? It's lapsang souchong.

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    Are you sure you didn't mislabel some pyro?

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    I've got a little bit left of a test roll sitting around - I should see if it still does anything.
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    Smoked?

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    wagers? It's lapsang souchong.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Thomas Bertilsson View Post
    Smoked?
    No, it's D76R(eserve).

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    D76 that colour is way beyond a useful life, put it out of it's misery dump it don't waste film

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