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  1. Great thanks, this worked.
  2. Do you mean the Noritsu Software? I'm running version 12
  3. Here's another example. First screenshot is no correction, second image is after correction. As you can see the removal of CYAN in the first frame is fairly extreme. Especially when Ive turned off all the colour correction settings.
  4. Hi I've recently installed an S4 scanner on the 3502. Replacing my S3. I saved the S4's Carrier and Scanner service data from the previous machine and loaded it onto the 3502 new machine. When I go to update the light source, it gives me the error: No. 1315-0001 LED Light Source temperature is being adjusted. process cannot be continued. I checked the temp and it is stable at 44C. I checked the cooling fans and they are operational. I checked the scanner filter and it is clean. Is there something I am missing? Thanks
  5. Here is the sample. As you can see with the Red scooter, it has added Cyan to the rest of the image. Thanks
  6. Hey Dave, Thanks for the tip. I went in and changed those parameters to CF 0 and Scanner to NONE. Still, I am gettting the software trying to balance my scanned film. Any other options I'm missing? I noticed there is Photometrey Function in the Operations menu. Should that be on or off? Thanks
  7. Hello, So I've noticed that even after doing Negative Slope Correction using my calibration negatives. When scanning film, the noritsu software will still compensate colour correction. Ie. if there is an image with lots of RED, it will add quite a lot of CYAN, which I then need to reduce to bring back to normal. I am wondering if it is at all possible to turn off Auto colour correction and just have the software start with the slope data they I have entered. I am using a Noritsu 3502, latest software, S3 scanner. Thanks,
  8. Hey there, I'm in this same position now. Do you mean to enter service and backup all service data and then read that data on the new machine? Or is there a specific place in the menu for backing up scanner and afc data? I have a 3300 + s3 wanting to put the s3 on a 3502. Will the 3502 read service data from the 3300? If so, how to only select to read the scanner and afc data only? Thanks
  9. here is the print from the daily setup this morning. As you can see there is still a little bit of noise. Could this be due to interference? Cables are grounded? Should I try replacing the cables?
  10. Update: I just turned the machine on and printed a daily setup . The print is now normal. Could this be an issue with overheating or noise from power?
  11. I just did a laser diagnostic and everything is fine at 75%. I did another test at 45% and the blue laser has error not the green. Are there any other checks to do ? Perhaps Green AOM? or Perhaps cabling? Thanks,
  12. Hi Ive recently found this noise issue as pictured. I've swapped all the AOMs with other AOMs that I have and the issue went away for a few hours and then it return to the same. What could be causing this? Thanks
  13. Hello, I have recently purchased and installed a used laser unit for my 3330 due to a blue laser failing. I have not had issues with my prints since. Although I've noticed this occuring when printing black and white images. The first couple prints are normal and then the prints start to go a shade a either yellow or magenta. Is this something to do with a laser setup I haven't yet completed? See attachment: Top image is the first print, bottom print is the prints to follow after the first print. You can see where the laser has started to change about half way into the image. Thanks,
  14. It seems the printer profile calibration seemed to fix it. Thank you Dave
  15. I will give it a go, but I've recently done that. Any other suggestions? Perhaps something I can disable and re-enable in the menu?