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If I see correctly your paper is pink. White is not exposed paper which went through chemicals. If your paper is good then you have some problem with CD. Can be concentration too high ( you filled working tank with new CD and didn't add starter ) . Also can be, that CD was contaminated.

Open processor cover, remove turn rack, which is between CD and BF. Run processor. Take piece of paper ( can do it in day light ) and insert it directly into BF tank. Close processor cover. When paper go out it should be white.

If paper is white - return turn rack and test CD. In dark room into control strip holder insert piece of paper. Then run processor. Insert control strip holder into processors cover. CD rack will take it. Look at the paper on exit. End of paper should be black ( because it got light ) and all other paper ( which was inside holder ) should be white.

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