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    There is a coating defect which causes mottle and is due to a problem in the RC support itself IIRC. I suggest that you contact Kodak.

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    I have been advised by a "source" that the current Endura requires more agitation than earlier versions and that you may see some mottle if agitation is marginal. This is sometimes seen in the "digital" versions of Endura.

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    When printing color I agitate for all or most time. A least some and probably most of few dozen test prints I did got as much agitation as can give them. None of them are mottle free. There is also a problem with Dmax even with prints developed for twice the normal time.

    I contacted the dealer. He said that if I provide some samples both exposed and unexposed they can be sent back to the factory. He said that from his experience it would take at least a month.

    Meanwhile I'm kind of stuck. The problem with Endura might or might not be inherent to the paper. At the moment I cannot afford the risk of buying another roll of it. From what I've read here there are problems with Fuji paper at room temp. It's really frustrating.

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