Learning Event 4:
DESCRIBE THE SHUTDOWN PROCEDURE FOR THE KODAK ROYALPRINT PROCESSOR
Turn the processor power switch and main power (wall) switch to OFF.
Turn off the water supply.
Remove the activator supply bottle.
WARNING: Activator is very caustic and therefore should not be allowed to come into
contact with the body.
Remove the top cover. Make sure that the activator supply bottle is removed first.
Insert the splash guard in front of the activator/stop rack; then replace the top cover onto the splash guard.
Do this by setting the rear end of the cover down first. Set it down a few inches in front of the dryer cover.
Lower the front gradually down to the splash guard while sliding the cover a short distance to the rear at the same
time. With the splash guard in place, the cover will not come low enough to contact or harm the inspection shoe
actuator as you slide it.
Remove the side panel and open the water drain valve. When this has been done you can replace the side
Wipe any chemical or water spillage off the machine with damp cloth or sponge.
Learning Event 5:
DESCRIBE THE PROCEDURE FOR CHANGING CHEMICALS IN THE KODAK ROYALPRINT
The Royalprint is designed for batch chemical operation. When the equivalent of one thousand 8-by 10-
inch prints, after a week elapses, or after three bottles of water have been used to replenish the activator,
whichever occurs first, the chemicals in the processor must be changed.
NOTE: If you exceed these limitations print quality and permanence will be impaired.
When changing chemicals, follow these steps:
a. Turn off the processor power switch and the main power (wall) switch.
b. Remove the activator bottle.
c. For processors that are equipped with silver-recovery equipment, do not proceed further without
reading the silver-recovery information that follows this procedure. Modify this procedure, as needed, to
accommodate your equipment. For all processors, open the activator, stop, and fixer drain