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    Looks as though you didn't have enough solution for proper development. My plastic tanks list 550 -600ml for fluids while my SS tank only uses 500ml. I always add just a tad extra solution when developing to avoid these issues.
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    Andrew... yup that's where I made the error. My last three rolls I used 500ml although I used 600ml previously. I have since developed 3 more rolls and none of them have this problem. So I am quite certain the problem stems from this miscalculations on my part.

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    My Omega Tank which I use with Patterson reels needs at least 550ml and the Patterson Tanks I use at school need even more, I play it safe and use 20oz (590ml) of developer.

    I also once had a problem where I developed a roll of 35mm and one side stuck to the plastic spiral part and the sprockets didnt get developed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chioque View Post
    Andrew... yup that's where I made the error. My last three rolls I used 500ml although I used 600ml previously. I have since developed 3 more rolls and none of them have this problem. So I am quite certain the problem stems from this miscalculations on my part.
    Alright! Glad you figured it out so quickly.

    Shawn

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