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  1. THAT LOOKS TO ME AS EXPOSED PAPER ON THE EDGES. MEANING A LIGHT LEAK.
  2. I am sure he has turned the machine on and off a couple of times. What he has to do is open the cover and run the problem pump with the line in a cup to see if it is pumping. many times the little poppet valve is stuck or its air bound. By activating the pump you will know for sure. Replacing the valve is cheap and very easy.
  3. ON THE 1710 IT IS BEHIND THE FRONT PANEL WHERE THE NAME IS. IT SHOULD BE THE SAME FOR THE 1770
  4. I only have parts and manuals for the 1710
  5. I need manual kis dks 1750 and dks 1510.
    can you send it to email alpinolab@gmail.com?
    thank you very much Horacio

  6. I find that it is the chemistry not the profile that is the problem
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  8. Your welcome. At one time I had the drain hole in the bleach tank clogged up and bleach was getting into my developer tank and killing it real fast. It took me 3 changes of developer before I found out the problem.
  9. That was kind of my point. You have to lower the level of the tank to force a signal. I have never seen foaming developer either. In that machine the recirculating circuit is so weak I cant believe is is foaming the tank. I think the eauRev pump works on a formula instead of fluid levels.
  10. Have you tried to lower the fluid level in the Developer tank to force a signal to the pump and get it going? It seems to me the pump is not getting a signal to replenish.
  11. Here in NY I use tap water which is flourinated and chlorinated and filtered by reverse osmosis and irradiated. I think the small amount of chlorine in the water slows down the algae.
  12. I also had prints jam in the Blix tank, but it was once in a while. It was hard to find the trouble because when the rack was on the bench and I ran paper through it there was no jamming. Put the rack back into the tank and make prints, and there would be jamming again. I found the problem being the black gears were worn on their shafts and would wobble and miss the matching gear to turn the shaft. That would stop the internal rollers and cause a jam. If you test all the gears and look for a little wobble, replace them and solve the jamming problem.
  13. ​I started using FUJI water conditioning tablets in all my stabilizer tanks and the tanks lasts months before I need to clean & replace. You can also get water from another source and see if that makes a difference, starting with the worst tank only. This way you do not have to carry too much water and it is a good test to see if it is your current water supply.
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