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    Ed, thanks for the hint, but they seem to have current models only. Nice site BTW... lots of interesting stuff/info. I have a few feelers out at the moment, but if they don't eventuate I'll try e-mailing Jobo, maybe they'll have one offline

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    Nige,

    Try : www.xs4all.nl~colors I think this is the manufacturer's website.

    Good luck

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    Hans, link no workie... It's made by "Lici" but their website only mentions current models too. An email to them has drawn a blank (no response)

    I'm only wanting to use this for B&W so if anyone has used one before and can remember anything, some hints would be great

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    Nige,
    I have the first Lici Colorstar model. If it is any help I could send you a photocopy of the manual.

    Let me know

    Hans
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    Hans, which model? From my reading, each model has had different buttons/modes/features. If it's a Colorstar 2000, then yes!

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    Nige,
    It's plainly named Lici Colorstar, the predecessor to the machine you have got. I mainly used it for B&W. If you have any questions I'm quite willing to help you. But..it's not the 2000 model, I'm afraid although I don't think there's that much difference.

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    Well Hans, it's worth a try! PM coming to you soon!

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    I use the Jobo Comparator. Works great once you have it calibrated to your enlarger, paper, and contrast filter combinations. More expensive than the EM-10 though, but well worth the money.
    Frank Schifano

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