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Noritsu 3202 Chemistry


nightcrawler

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hello,

I've recently bought a noritsu 3202 ra-4, managed to connect all the cables and everything else , but I dont know how to start with the chemistry.

I've got a tetenal starter kit consisting of :

ra-4 cd-s 2000 ( art no 103354)

ra-4 bx-s sp (art no 103335)

and also

tetenal ra-4 bx-vr sp (237014) 2l

tetenal ra4 stab-wl (225022)

tetenal ra-4 cd-slr sp80 (237029) 1l

Is this enough to make the chemistry for the minilab or should I buy other type of chemicals ? Any idea how to find out the mixing guide for the starter processing solution and for the replenishing tanks ?

I know that there's a mixture that I need to put in the working tanks and another that should go into the replenishing tanks ( hope this is correct).

Would appreciate any help. Thank you.

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The mixing instructions will be packed with the chemistry.

Who did you buy the lab from - do they offer any support?

Check here http://support.en.kodak.com.au/app/answers/detail/a_id/43903/kw/kodak%20chemicals/selected/true

More here

http://www.kodak.com/global/en/business/retailPhoto/products/chemicals/chemicalsMain.jhtml?pq-path=12085/12319

lots here

http://www.kodak.com/global/en/business/retailPhoto/techInfo/zManuals/z100.jhtml?pq-path=12339

I know this is all Kodak info, but it should give you a start.

You should also have a Densitomer and control strips to check if it is all set up correctly.

You will need filters for the machine, and also make sure you have the correct starter for the initial mix.

I'm sure Tetenall wouild be able to give you help also.

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