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Sounds as if there is a major issue with your processing technique - are all the solutions at the correct temperature ? Is the bleach-fix exhausted, or contaminated ? Try again with fresh chemicals. You may be able to rescue the film you have by immersing it in fresh bleach-fix and inspecting it visually. Other than that, have it scanned professionally to CD, then adjust it in your usual image editing software.

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