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    WTB: Gravity Works (or similar) film washer

    Looking for the kind the fills and drains over and over. Thanks.
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    I have one that water flows into from below, and overflows from the top. Works quite well, and easy to use.
    I do not use it, instead relying on the "Ilford Method".
    PM me if interested.

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    Thanks srtiwari, PM sent.
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    hey, just make sure your local water is not hard. I had Gravity Works film washer but couldn't use it cause my local water (City of Los Angeles) left major mineral deposits on film.
    Andre Noble, Beverly Hills California http://andrenoble.com/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andre Noble View Post
    hey, just make sure your local water is not hard. I had Gravity Works film washer but couldn't use it cause my local water (City of Los Angeles) left major mineral deposits on film.
    Thanks Andre. We have amazingly soft water where I live in the San Francisco East Bay.
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    I have found one.
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