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    Trays at room temp is a great solution for Kodak Paper. Do not try it with Fuji paper. If you have a setup for warmer temperatures, go with it. I just find that processing 16x20 paper is best done in a tray. Room temp works fine but requires a filter change.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hrst View Post
    My room temperature is never 20C but rather 23 to 25. Maybe we have powerful house heating systems here.
    Envious of this. I was printing at a room temperature of 17 last week, my darkroom always seems to be 2-3 degrees colder than the rest of the house.

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