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    As Danny suggested, I suspect that those set screws on the wheels need tightening with an allen wrench. Happens occasionally to the wall of 23C's we have...and just this week to one of our Omega D5-XL's, too. The tension settings usually go out of adjustment slowly...while those set screws loosen up all at once.

    Vaughn
    At least with LF landscape, a bad day of photography can still be a good day of exercise.

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    Just keep in mind, as you make adjustments, not to force anything that screws in and out, most especially small allen screws.

    On my 23c, the format adjustment knob screwhead holding it onto the shaft was so throughly stripped at first I thought it was an allen screw. Drilling it out was no big deal but I hate to think what it'd have been like getting a small allen screw drilled out without striping the threads. I've seen similar buggered parts on other enlargers before.

    I may be way off base but it seems to me that the small metal fittings on some of these things is softer than it should be.

    Eli

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    The one I have is not a color enlarger.

    Crank spoken for.

    Any of the color items the same on this B&W unit?

    Mike

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    I told a lie, the enlarger is a II not a III. I went to storage to double check. Sorry for the confusion.

    It's hell to get old.

    Mike

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