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Re: Black film on dishes
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try take 10 shot without any films insert to the camera.
If there is flash mean camera is working in goods condition.
It will appear black because someone had open the film cover before, therefore , it detect it's a new film box, and eject the first film cover.
film will appear black.
I have an older dishwasher also and recently mywife also complained about it not cleaning right... so me being the man I amtried in vain to clean the things... Bought new spray arms online and installedthem in minutes...now the thing works like new... However I have also foundthat if the heating element goes bad then that also can mess things up bad...So I would buy new spray arms, and also check out the heating element to makesure it is working... Here is a tip that will help you with the onlinebuying...
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If this is a greasy film it may be your dishwasher needs a cleaning agent run through it This is a dishwasher cleaning product which you run through the maschine ON ITS OWN.If the film is smeary it could be too much rinse aid in the mix or excessive salt
I have had a similar problem on a Bosch. Don't know where it comes from, except to say the bottom door gasket appeared to be melting for some reason. I replaced it with a new one, and no signs of melting after about 3 months.
I was able to clean the black smudge from various parts of the dishwasher using Berryman's Chemtool, a carburetor cleaner available at the auto parts store. Use in a well ventilated area. Am certain naptha or other cleaner would work as well, but again, use sparingly and with plenty of ventilation. Rubbing alcohol would not cut the stuff.
two things that works well may sound funny but it works get yourself a packade of thang orange juice crystal dump it in the dishwasher let it run a cycle it will cleane the film of the interior anothe thing that works verry well is clr it is a mild acid you will find it at your homedeot or any hardware store trust me it works i have been using is for 30 years i am in the comercial dishwasher busness i see this every day thanks from gilles
This model print on Thermal transfer technology: there is a black film inside the fax.
Open the cover from the rght side with the green or grey button.
You can then see the black film.
Usually, the top part is the new, the lower is th used.
To know if the film is near empty, you can remove the film from its place and see which side is bigger.
typically this is a problem with flash photography.
are you using flash?
the speed of exposure, the time that the film is exposed is controlled by two curtains that cover the film and prevent light from striking it. One curtain is across the film at the start, and springs open, then the second which was open, springs shut.
for 'long' exposures the first one opens time passes and then the second closes, but to achieve very short times, the second curtain starts to close before the first one has fully cleared the opening. so the edge of the second curtain can be traveling fractions of a second behind the first.
the result is that NOT ALL OF YOUR FILM is exposed to light at the same instant. If you have a flash go off during a fast exposure, only that portion of film that is exposes when the flash fires will get the proper amount of light, the rest of the film being blocked by a curtain. Most cameras are wired to fire the flash as soon as the first curtain is fully open and before the second starts to close. If you have a faster speed set in your camera by mistake, the second curtain has already started to close when the flash goes off. The black area on the right side is that portion of film that was already covered by that second curtain when the flash fired.
if you have the camera set correctly (typically at 1/60th or 1/100th sec) then maybe you should take the camera to a local camera store, and have the curtains timed...