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    The lifting arm looks like it should be on the other side.
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    Oh, I see it!

    Another thing.... Your long bar is on the WRONG SIDE. See the red knob? That's supposed to be facing outside, not inside.

    Are there teeth cut on back side of your rail? And your rails are significantly thicker? If so, you have D2, not DII.
    Develop, stop, fix.... wait.... where's my film?

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    The rail is definitely from D2.... the spring load balancer is on top.

    I have a D2 as well if you need a picture from it.
    Develop, stop, fix.... wait.... where's my film?

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    Looking closely to the earlier photos, the shiny painted pieces does not belong there. Crinkled finish pieces does....
    Maybe someone had a color head on there.
    Develop, stop, fix.... wait.... where's my film?

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    Okay, so the labels clearly say D2 not DII.

    Is the long lifting arm supposed to be on the bottom but facing up or???

    Also, there is definitely a piece that has been added to make the negative carrier stick out farther.

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    Here is a D2, from KHB's site - the lifting arm is on the top.
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    Let me take a picture of mine (D2) for you.

    Omegas are confusing but the difference between D2 and DII are mainly the rails.
    They shared the same lamp housing and condenser assembly, so they may say DII or D2. It really doesn't matter.

    Hold on. Mine is in garage.
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    This is D2 from side, taken from RIGHT side if you are facing it from front.

    Take off the extra extension pieces and you should be there.
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    Last edited by tkamiya; 04-22-2013 at 09:10 PM. Click to view previous post history. Reason: right and left mix up
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    Thanks friends... I'll be back when I have it done.

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