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    Jodang67:

    Are you using a "daylight" developing tank that you load with film in the dark, and then do everything else (adding chemistry, agitating and then dumping chemistry) in the light?

    Or are you working in the dark the whole time?
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    Ansel Adams, from the introduction to The Negative - The New Ansel Adams Photography Series / Book 2

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    I remember when I developed my first roll of film I also observed a stripe. I was using a Paterson daylight tank with a single roll of 35mm film, and I had forgotten to insert the black center core into the film reel. As a result, even though the lid was on, the container was not light-tight, and half of the film was overexposed.

    I'm not sure if you're using a daylight tank, but the phenotype of the problem sounds similar to mine.

    Good luck!

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