c. Place a piece of waste enlarging paper against the guide on the base
of the easel to provide a white reflecting surface for focusing (para 2-22).
d. Lower the hinged frame and lock it in place with the releasing
a. Place the easel on a table, with the side having the desired paper
aperture facing up.
b. Raise the hinged frame.
c. Place a sheet of enlarging paper on the base with upper left-hand
portion of the paper against the paper guide.
d. Lower the hinged frame.
a. Be sure that the correct projection lens set is in place and the
variable condenser lens is in the correct position (para 2-18).
b. Connect the equipment to the source of power.
c. If the printer is not being used for color, be sure that the color
filter has been removed. If the printer is being used for color, proceed as
indicated in paragraph 2-25, then perform the procedures given in d through
d. Remove the lens cap from the projection lens and turn the diaphragm
ring clockwise to the largest aperture (f/4.5).
e. Load a negative corner (para 2-19) and position it on the film stage
f. Turn the room lights OFF and the safelight ON.
g. Place the printer ON-OFF switch to ON.
h. Loosen the carriage locking knob (figure 2-14).
i. Using the handwheel, raise or lower the carriage assembly until the
desired size of the projected image is obtained.