(e) Replace tan phenolic and rubber rollers in the same locations from
which you removed them.
(f) Some racks have plastic inlets at the side of the racks which permit
solution to directly enter the racks. These plastic rack inlets are necessary for proper
(g) The stainless steel pins on the moving plate will not fit into the roller
cranks, paddle shaft crank(s), or pivot links, unless you place all cranks and links in the
down position before installing the moving plate.
After you reassemble the rack:
(a) Place it on a flat surface and check that it is square. Tighten any
loose tie rod or shoe assembly screws.
(b) Feed a 14-inch (35 centimeters [cm]) piece of previously exposed
and processed film through the rack while turning the rack worm gear (main rack gear)
by hand. Make certain the rack transports the film properly. If the rollers and gears do
not turn without binding, eliminate the cause of the bind.
d. Circulation Pump(s) Problems. You can easily remove the developer and
fixer circulation pumps for cleaning and/or servicing. If you determine that a circulation
problem stems from the pump, use the following procedures to remove it.
Unplug the processor from its power outlet.
Drain and thoroughly rinse the tank from which you will be removing the
Disconnect the pump power cable from the terminal strip.
Disconnect all hose connections from the pump body.
(5) Remove the drain filter disk from the bottom of the processing tank to
expose the four pump mounting screws.
Carefully remove the four screws and lower the pump.
(7) For disassembly and reassembly of the pump see Lesson 1, paragraphs
1-3a through c.