j. Tighten the carriage locking knob.
k. Turn the focusing wheel until the projected image is in sharp focus.
It may be necessary to alternately adjust the carriage assembly
position and the focus several times before the desired projected
l. Adjust the f/stop opening of the projection lens by turning the
diaphragm ring until the desired illumination of the projected image is
m. Turn the ONOFF switch to OFF.
a. Obtain correct image size and focus (para 222).
b. Remove the waste enlarging paper (para 220) and replace it with a
sheet of good enlarging paper.
c. Place the ONOFF switch to ON to make the exposure. The required
exposure time depends on the brightness of the projected image and the speed
(sensitivity) of the enlarging paper used.
d. Snap the ONOFF switch to OFF after the exposure is completed.
e. Remove the exposed enlarging paper from the easel and slide it into
the developer. Develop, fix, wash, and dry the print (TM 114011).
f. If cut film is being used, raise the lamp house assembly by moving
the control lever forward and remove the negative carrier. Remove the
negative and replace with the next negative to be printed in the negative
carrier; replace the negative carrier in the printer.
g. If roll film is being used, raise the lamp house assembly to prevent
scratching the film, and move the film to the next frame to be printed.
h. Repeat the procedures given in a through e above for each negative
to be printed.