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Download Now. Related titles. Carousel Previous Carousel Next. Jump to Page. Search inside document. Read and understand all instructions. Close supervision is necessary when any appliance is used by or near children.

Do not leave appliance unattended while in use. Care must be taken as burns can occur from touching hot parts. Do not operate appliance with a damaged cord or if the appliance has been dropped or damaged—until it has been examined by a qualified serviceman.

Do not let cord hang over edge of table or counter or touch hot surfaces. If an extension cord is necessary, a cord with a suitable current rating should be used. Cords rated for less amperage than the appliance may overheat. Care should be taken to arrange the cord so that it will not be tripped over or pulled. Always unplug appliance from electrical outlet when not in use.

Never yank cord to pull plug from outlet. Grasp plug and pull to disconnect. Let appliance cool completely before putting away. Loop cord loosely around appliance when storing,. To protect against electrical shock hazards, do not immerse this appliance in water or other liquids. To avoid electric shock hazard, do not disassemble this appli- ance, but take it to a qualified serviceman when some service or repair work is required.

Incorrect reassembly can cause electric shock hazard when the appliance is used subsequently. Important Safeguards. Ul, Introduction Assembly Procedure You have just purchased one of the finest enlargers made In the world today. All of the products in the system have been designed with you the.

DEn moan eran i ee art nano rocuone wien. Do not mount the Elevating and Locking Handle until all of the prelimin- ary steps indicated have been com- pleted. The Carriage is counterbalanced by a counterbalance spring designed to handle the entire weight of the enlarger with the Lamphouse in place, and if the lock is released before this weight has been added, the Carriage will move rap- idly up the Column. By not mounting the handle prematurely, this will be avoided.

Screw the spacer and mounting screw into the center hole 0 that the head of the screw is spaced off the top surface of the Baseboard Fig. Note that the plate on the lower end of the Col- umn has a large keyhole slot in the bottom. Mount the Column and Carr follows: Hold the Column and Carriage Assembly 60 that the large end of the keyhole slot slips over the head of the scrow and slide the Column forward, catching the narrow end of the kayhole slot under the head of the screw.

When the handle is mounted, be sure itis turned clockwise as far as it will go to lock the carriage Fig. Remove the side and rear cushioning pads be- tween the Carriage and the Column.

This will raise the bracket on which the Lamp- house is to be mounted and set it in a hori- zontal plane. These flanges hook over the scrows of the mounting brack- et. In this way, hang the Lamphouse on the mounting bracket and secure it with the 2 Lamphouse Mounting Knobs. Plug the line cord into V. Lens You will need to obtain a lens of the appropriate tocal length for the negative format from which you will be printing, and a lensboard to mount the lens fon the enlarger.

Note that the bottom of the lens stage contains two retaining strips, at the front and the rear, which hold the lensboard in place. With the back edge of the lensboard tilted upward, insert it into the groove above the rear retaining strip see Fig. Be sure the lensboard is securely held at the front and the rear of the lens stage. Inserting the Negative Fig. A spring in the hinge will keep the Upper plate slightly raised to facilitate inserting the negative and moving a strip of negatives through the carrier.

To position the negative carrier in the en- larger, pull the lamphouse elevating arm down as far a8 it will go at which point it will automatically lock in position. Gently raise the lamphouse elevating arm 80 that the lamphouse comes to rest on top of the negative carrier holding it firmly in place.

Condensers should always be in their appropriate slots and wil provide optimum illumination when printing from negatives larger than 35mm with lenses with focal lengths longer than 50mm 2". When printing from negatives 35mm or smaller and using lenses with focal lengths 50mm or shorter, condenser "8" should be inserted in the appropriate slot above condensers "A". As condensers "A" are identics to each other there Is no danger of reversing them.

To remove the holder ift the front edge slightly and pull straight out, The desired filtors are placed between the two metal pieces of the holder which may then be reinserted in the appropri- 9 slot by sliding it toward the back of the enlarger until the front edge drops behind the lip at the front of the slot. Color Printing CP , variable contrast or neutral density filters may be Used in this filter holder as they are required.

Use of a heat absorbing glass protects the negative from heat emitted by the enlarging lamp and therefore helps prevent the negative from buckling and pro tects the dyes in color negatives and transparencies, 6.

A red safety filter is provided which may be used for checking the com- position and positioning of the projected image while there is enlarging paper in the easel. This flter may not be used when enlarging onto color paper or panchromatic black and white paper, as these ma- tefials are sensitive to red light. The accessory holder may also be used for variable contrast paper fliters, light integrators or special effect filters, such as the Beseler soft focus filter Cat.

Be certain that the accessory holder is positioned either directly under the lens or is swung fully to the lett away from the lens to avoid partially blocking the projected image. Elevation and Focus After the negative has been positioned in the en- larger, the focus may be adjusted by turning either the right or the left hand focusing wheel.

Raise or lower the en- larger head by moving the handle toward the top or the bottom of the column. A counterbalance spring will hold the enlarger head in place while eritical adjustments are made for focus and elevation. The enlarger head is now locked firmly in position.

NOTE: When raising or lowering the enlarger head be certain you are not exerting a clockwise force on the elevation handle which would tend to engage the lock and make upward or downward movement dif- ficult. Reversing the Column When an extreme degree of enlargement is re- quired, it may be necessary to reverse the column and project onto the floor. To reverse the column, first turn the enlarger around so that the back of the Ccolumn is at the front edge of the table on which you are working.

If this is not pos- sible, place enough weight on the baseboard to counterbalance the enlarger. Align the three holes at the bottom of the column with the holes in the baseboard and replace the three plastic knobs by screwing them down through the holes securely.

Be certain that the enlarger is stable at maximum eleva- tion, and if necessary, add additional clamps or place more weight on the baseboard. Bosoler Cat. To replace the lamp," remove the lamphouse door and the two screws holding the heat shield in place. The bulb is removed by pushing in slightly toward its base and turning it counterclockwise until it can be pulled Straight out, Insert the new bulb by reversing the procedure.

Lubrication Most moving surfaces in the are made of seif-lubricating materials. However, itis advisable to lubricate moving parts with Lubriplate or a medium weight oil every 6 months 3. Cleaning Be sure the condensers are free of dirt and dust. If necessary, they may be cleaned with a soft cloth or lens cleaning tissue.

If it does become necessary to make adjustments to the enlarger in the future, refer to the appropriate section below. If the carriago develops excessive side to side play or does not travel smoothly for the entire length of the column, the adjustment of these rollers should be checked. The main rollers are lo- cated behind and below the focusing wheels and should ride outside the side flanges at the front of the column.

To adjust the main rollers, loosen the two set screws on each of the steel collars which hhold the rollers in place see Fig. If the clearance between the main rollers and the column is too great, the carriage will have excessive side to side play, If there is insu! A second set of guide rollers is located behind the lamphouse mounting bracket on the carriage.

To adjust these rollers, insert a small screwdriver in the slot of the shoulder screw to prevent it from turning and loosen the hex nut with a wrench see Fig. The rollers may then be moved from side to side, Do not set 00 tightly against the column; a clear- " Is optimum. After positioning the rollers, retighten the nuts. Alignment of Negative Stage, Lens Stage In order to insure flatness of field, itis important the negative stage and lens stage both be parallel to the baseboard.

Tighten the Philips head sorews to secure the assembly in this position see Fig. When looking at the lamphouse from the side, you will be able to see if itis necessary to make any Adjustment in the front to back tilt to achieve this fondition.


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