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    Alright, the only problem I can see is how to clean the surface without removing the bellows entirely. Is that essential?
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    It's hard to say, if you can get something with some methylated or surgical spirits between the surfaces to at least remove loose stuff that should be enough.

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    By the way, Ian, does your 8x10 negative carrier provide enough space to print a neg entirely?
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    I think so Philippe, but not the clearedges.

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    Another (minor) problem: the colour dials on the head do not light up... because the lamp is missing. It is not a screw in torch lamp: does someone know which type it is?
    Last edited by Philippe Grunchec; 06-14-2010 at 06:51 AM. Click to view previous post history. Reason: typo
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    Up!
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    I haven't the slightest but I wouldn't be surprised if it were a simple BNC lamp.
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    I recently replaced mine, so I'll go home and look, but I remember it was a single contact bayonet type bulb.
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    The bulb for the colour dials on the 5108 is a small bayonet type at enlarger voltage (e.g. 240V / 15W in my case)

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    Thanks a lot, Tom! I'll try to find one...
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