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    JOBO CPP-2 (week motor vs 3010)

    This is my first post on apug 
    Although i have read all the related forums but they are over 3 years old. Just been lucky to grab a CPP-2 n expert drum 3010. I have read all the related documents on web including jobo site and others on this forum talking about motor upgrade etc.
    I am in search of someone who has got the same spec as me and have used it sucessfully . I mean cpp-2 first version serial10xxx without any upgrade, working with drum 3010 with 1000 ml chemical mix.

    Although i wasnt able to run it as my lift was already cracked and i didnt wanted to break it further. But it runs drum 2563 very well from the lower slot. I am also in need of new lift incase some one can offer in uk or anywhere.
    Thanks for reading my essay
    Any personel experience with the above problem? Please write to help

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    I seem to recall they're not compatible. I also recall that I've read an article suggesting a windshield wiper motor could replace the original. BMW,Mercedes,?
    If the CPP still works don't kill it with the 3010 drum. There was also information on burning up the circuit board.
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    Thanks john. Yes its currently inworking state. May be i wait for another one on market and sellthis to someone who dont need to run expert drum.

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    I know it may sound banal, but I think eBay is the best place to find such thing (no Craigslist here). In looking for some Jobo material on the eBay I recently (a few days ago) saw several Jobo lifts, and several Jobo film processors, among them a couple of CPP-2. The German site seems to be better provided with Jobo offers.
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    Same i would, but even if its not broken we still need hands to lift. I dont believe jobo is made in german. Tanks are built like tanks though but the lift could be made alot better

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    If anyone needs jobo specialist ?
    There is a good news in german. Even new ones. Also upgrading motor etc, all spare parts good prices

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    Quote Originally Posted by shootsingh View Post
    If anyone needs jobo specialist ?
    There is a good news in german. Even new ones. Also upgrading motor etc, all spare parts good prices
    Where ?

    Martin

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    Quote Originally Posted by shootsingh View Post
    Thanks

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    Since i have neither the drum nor the machine as yet, I'd love to get some experienced input here. For 8x10 processing, which Jobo rotator and which drums are best? I already discovered that the CPE-2 can't take the 3010 expert drum. From what's said above, it seems that the CPP-2 may not be quite strong enough?

    Thanks,

    Asher

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