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How big is the dryer temperature on your machines ?

I set the temperature to 64 degrees Celsius and when i print a large number of 20x30 or 30x45 pictures, they come out wet.

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Mine is 70 degreees, I have to put upper value due the same problem you tell.

 

Sometimes in double track, the prints of the back side of the machine are a little wet.

Specilly when you print a large number of photos.

Never hapenned this with my old machine DKS 1510.

 

Studio01

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I guess that when working in double track paper, the back track receives less intensity of the fan.

I had to up the degrees value, but sometimes, specially in winter (when ambient temperature is cold)

I get some wet prints when I do a big amount of them.

Beware of air conditioner in your shop, I had to change orientation of it because some of the cold

air was going directly to the DKS dryer.

 

Studio01

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Bringing life to an old topic:

From where do I set the dryer temperature? I have found a value through SU, dryer/modify reference is that it? I'm having similar issues with wet photos a few times..

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I solved my problem. On the dryer motor fan there is one capacitor with 1,5 Mf value. I mesured this capacitor and the reading was to smal, changed with another (2 Mf value)and the problem solved. Even when i set 55 degreees on dryer, the paper come out dry :)

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On 18.03.2017. at 0:40 PM, sibi said:

Anyone???

You can also change the dryer temperature in TransportPapier.ini

[CUVE]
PasSeparOrdre=860
PasSeparPile=14
TailleMaxPile=1
AttenteNbTopDensito=285
ConsigneAirHaute=70.0 (+10C from standard, used after new dryer start after pause, for limited time period)
ConsigneAirBasse=60.0 (standard working dryer temperature)
 

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