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    Jobo CPP 2 Processor question

    On the Jobo CPP 2 Processor, what are the water level dial numbers "1" and "2" on the used for?
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    According to the Jobo instructions, those numbers are an aid to remembering which setting gave you the best results. Seems a bit of overkill but maybe the busy darkroom tech has too much to remember. From Jobo, "Rotate this dial to change the level of water in the upper trough. The numbers on the dial may be used for reference on later resets of the dial."

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    It changes how deep the water gets around the drum. If it is set to the "1" position, it gets very deep for the smaller 1500 tanks. The "2" setting makes the water more shallow for the 2500/2800 tanks.
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