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Hi all,

Can I get a second opinion off you all please?

See attached file, I suspect that this image from scanned film is slipping in the carrier, probably due to worn carrier rollers, dirty rollers or the carrier tension belt that drives the rollers. Am I wrong?

Thanks and regards

Tech2

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  • 2 weeks later...

Hi all,

This problem has been solved. The fix is to replace all three feed rollers in the NC135Y carrier (SP2000). Not the nip rollers, the feed rollers. These rollers become worn down and the rubber deteriorates. As a result the film slips during fine scanning.

Regards

Tech2

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Sorry problem not solved. Still slipping. I think the timing belts are worn.

Karl "Fotoservice" if I replace and tighten the two timing belts is there a good chance it will be the fix or am I p.....g into the wind?

I have no associated errors just the slipping. Reprints are fine but whole films slip during fine scan resulting in the image on previous post.

Thanks

Tech2

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