From: Larry Roohr (email@example.com)
Date: 08/07/03-09:25:49 AM Z
There's a rod that the head assembly travels back and forth on, if it
had some gunk on it that caused a bump in the travel at the same spot
every time it may cause banding in that direction. I'd might try giving
it a good cleaning but I'd wonder if it has any lubricant that could get
hurt by this, you might do an appropriate web search and see if anything
> No, it's definitely banding. I know what the pizza wheel marks look
> like, and this ain't it!
>> It's not the dreaded 'pizza wheels' is it? The ink may not dry as
>> fast on the film and you'll see those little guys leaving a mark in
>> that direction.
>> Kerik wrote:
>>> Have you had any banding problems with your 2000P? I've run several
>>> cleaning cycles and head realignment cycles, but I'm still getting
>>> banding parallel to the long dimension of the film. I don't seem to
>>> have any banding on prints made on paper.
>>> Very frustrating... Making big in-camera negs is MUCH easier!!
>>> Thanks for any advice,
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