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Ok this QSS3801G is driving me nuts

Had issue with blue/blacks and now going the other way..yellow blacks

 

Any ideas? has had a new laser/control board in the last year

Ive changed calibration plate..loaded old backup..

Any help will be much appreciated

Guessing maybe too strong in the dev?

 

 

 

 

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Think I am in the right spot

All RGB are the same..2181

Has to be something else as it has a brand new laser from Noritsu.. can bad developer do this? the paper is still nice and white though..

 

 

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@Cameron,,, Noritsu Japan does NOT sell "new laser ONLY"  but the whole laser unit.  check your supplier

If you think developer has problem please process fresh           paper "control strip" ,,, will tell . .  .   Good Luck !

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yep Laser unit.. and laser control board .. what ever that was called

will just do a control strip.. probably the place to start!

From undersatanding.. weak dev will give blue black and I guess too strong will be yellow black?

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Before doing anything drastic, add 200 cc of fresh developer directly to the cd processor tank and try again. Post results.

If same as before, then re-tank chemical. (CD).

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7 hours ago, Cameron said:

hmm.. looks like chem

too strong or weak? Just re-tank?

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It looks a bit too strong, but it could also be slight contamination. The grey patches are green instead of grey. You could try adding 100ml of CD Starter and see if it helps or not.

Sometimes it quicker to just dump it, wash everything out and start with fresh CD.

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