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    The bleach and fix of any C-41 can be mixed with any C-41 as long as the times are appropriately adjusted based on the particular instructions.
    No! You shouldn't mix C-41RA fix with conventional fix!

    Cheers!
    Dan Schwartz

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    Dan;

    I said any C41 fix can be mixed with any C41 fix for use in a Jobo as in the original question. This is correct. This will work. I assure you, as long as you use the time adjusted for the mixture.

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    Ron, I can see someone trying to mix sodium thiosulfate fixer into the C-41RA ammonium thiosulfate solution...

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    Yep, but it works. The C41 fixer uses Ammonium thiosulfate as does the RA fixer, but the RA fixer has added ingredients.

    In any event, you can mix sodium and ammonium and RA + C41. The pH is what is critical and both fixers are at about the same pH.

    As long as you use the standard C41 times or the longest times recommended by the slowest fixer, it will work just fine!

    No problem whatsoever.

    PE

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