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    WTT: 16x20 Print Washer for 11x14

    I have a Calumet 16x20 print washer that I'd be interested in trading for something comparable in the 11x14 size. I've pretty much settled on that as my max print size, so 16x20 has got to go!

    I'm in Atlanta, so local would be preferable but I'm willing to listen to any offers if someone is willing to ship this beast.
    Parker Smith Photography, Inc.
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    Are you sure you want to burn the bridge? You can wash smaller prints in your washer, but not the other way around.

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    True, that. I'm just so much more comfortable and productive with the smaller print sizes. I reprinted a ton of work last year at 16x20 and it just seemed to take an eternity. I threw away more prints than I care to remember!
    Parker Smith Photography, Inc.
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