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When the decreasing amount of processing pictures in photo minilab then photo chemistry is working longer in the racks. At this time there is a chemical reaction with oxygen from the air with the photographic baths. As a result of the reaction decreases the concentration of the substances that make up the colours in the photo paper. Also arise adverse chemical reaction products (dirt, pollution). Changes to the ratio between the chemical components. The most vulnerable is the developer. The result of these reactions are: - discalibrated color - smaller quantities of dyes on the film or on the picture - yellow fog (no white) - a large amount of dirt and soiling Videos and photos of such treatment are low quality that even an amateur will notice. What can you do to minimize the likelihood of problems: - the worst solution is to keep the machines in readiness for work (heating chemistry, circulation) and traces of production at that time. Limit the maximum working time of that call. - during the downtime shall be borne by the chemical processor should be lightly set aside (this will prevent food poisoning developer) - during downtime in the room with the machine causing the temperature shall be maintained within the limits of 17-23oC. A significant reduction in temperature can cause crystallization in aqueous solutions. - before switching off the machines (minilab, processor) it is necessary to add water to the level of the bank transfer in working progress After the holidays again, you'll need to add the water (which she came back) that make up the level of solutions in progress to transfer. If the device has a standard small przeroby it is adding to the working solution and key regenerator developer preparation i.e. Security. an anti-oxidant CD article 102951