d. STANDBY Light. The yellow standby light comes on and remains on when the Standby/Operate
switch is on STANDBY.
e. ALARM Light with buzzer. The amber ALARM light and buzzer both turn on for the following
(1) Top cover is ajar.
(2) Fixer solution is low.
(3) Wash water is low.
(4) Lack of solution or air lock in fixer line.
(5) Fixer solution too high.
(6) Drier air temperature is too high with fan working.
(7) Drier fan inoperative.
f. If an alarm condition occurs, power is interupted at the main relay. Reset the relay by turning the
power switch to OFF and then to ON. If the alarm sounds again, DO NOT reset the relay. The problem causing
the alarm must be located and corrected.
g. Elapsed Time Indicator. The digital readout registers the amount of hours that the motor drive has
Learning Event 2:
DESCRIBE THE START UP PROCEDURE FOR THE KODAK ROYALPRINT PROCESSOR
The task of starting. A processor is not difficult but does require that the operator know the procedure
well enough to successfully start the processor without benefit of the operator's manual. Two procedures are
described below: initial start-ups and daily start-up procedures.
a. Initial Start Up. Most processors require a special sequence of initial start up. You must follow the
instructions that come with your processor.
(1) Remove the top cover by lifting at the feed end and then straight up. Then remove the side panel.
(2) All drain valves must be closed if so equipped. This usually includes activator, stop bath fixer
and water valves.
(3) Pour in the recommended amount of activator into the fill receptacle. Usually a funnel is