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    Film processors

    It looks like our Wing Lynch processor may be dead. The memory has been corrupted and won't reset. We have called for a tech to look at it but we may need a new processor. Does anybody still make film processors?

    Thanx in advance for the help.

    Oh some other info you may need. I work at a school so it must be new and we work with film as large as 8x10.

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    Take at look Jobo CPA 2 and Jobo CPP 2. You can find them new and near new. The expert tanks can tank up to 8"x10". Jobos have temperature control so you can do black & white and color.

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    Where are you located?
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    "Everytime I find a film or paper that I like, they discontinue it." -Paul Strand

    www.glasskeyphoto.com

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    ditto, i love my jobo. the one thing to keep in mind though is that the drums are quite expensive, and only one student would be able to use the jobo at one time, unless multiple students put their film into one drum...

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    Phototherm (Photo-therm) still makes film processors. They are very good, though a bit expensive. Sometimes you can find them on ebay if you prefer not to buy new.

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    Thanx guys! To reply to all. The Jobo is good, I have one but, won't stand up to the abuse they would put it under. Thanx for the Phototherm I'll check them out. I'm in Los Angeles, Ca.
    And I can relate to the discontinuance of every good product out there!

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    Which model W-L processor?

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    Wing Lynch Model 5.

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    If it's the CPU for sure, I've seen one or two used ones for sale on Ebay from time to time, the same processor is used in my Pro6 and I considered it, but decided that having a spare isn't worth the hassle.

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    This place sells rebuilt Keronite units:

    http://dunningphoto.com/rebuilt.html#dd

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