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    Quote Originally Posted by Photo Engineer View Post
    Well, here is another thought then. Blix or fix contamination of the color developer might do this as well.

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    Just have to second this, it was a lesson I learned the hard way
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    Let us know how it turns out.

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    You can calibrate any thermometer by putting it in a jar filled to the top w/ ice & a little H2O. Then boil a pan of H2O on top of a stove. That should give one an accurate set for 212F & 32F. One must compensate for altitude above sea level, & the thermometer must have a range that reaches 32F & 212F.
    I use a Kodak process thermometer that I keep safely packed away & bring out occasionally to compare to my working thermometers.

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    Alright, apologies for it being such a long time between drinks. I've been working on a DIY motorbase and it's apparently taken much, much longer than it should have.

    Tonight I finally got around to remixing my chemicals again (how many months has it been?!) only this time in the order Tetenal recommends.

    I think we can properly put this issue to bed, thankfully. Moral of the story, mix your chemicals in the order the instructions tells you to! Who'd have thought the solution would be this easy?

    Now to develop a roll that's worth developing…


    Thanks a huge amount for all your help everyone. Hopefully this thread will serve as a good reference point in case anyone else treads this path again. Hopefully my mistakes will be good for something!
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