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  • Noritsu qss3300 Prints very Red

    Started my lab up for the fall season. New chemicals, paper. Prints came out very red. Some say that it could be the aom. Where is it and how do i test it?

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    yes, it can be Red AOM, and u can test it, if you know which one is red Aom, u can swap it with Green(middle), if the color change to green or magenta, mean ur Aom is bad. need to change.
    but after changing Chemical and paper, and u didn't change the Specification or Emulsion change, it can also cause.
    Best of luck
    Last edited by descomp; 10-27-2012, 08:25 AM.

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    • #3
      First you need to make sure your chemistery is good. Ideally you need to process a paper control strip to check this properly.
      As a very rough check make sure fogged paper is black, and unexposed paper white?

      Do several daily setups and see if it corrects itself, if it doesn't suspect a Red AOM driver problem or a laser problem.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by descomp View Post
        yes, it can be Red AOM, and u can test it, if you know which one is red Aom, u can swap it with Green(middle), if the color change to green or magenta, mean ur Aom is bad. need to change.
        but after changing Chemical and paper, and u didn't change the Specification or Emulsion change, it can also cause.
        Best of luck
        Where are the aom's located?

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