So over on the other forum Rob has been having clutch trouble again as you may have read. Graham, God bless him in his infinite wisdom, popped up there with a suggestion for Rob which I will allow you to read from the posted link to thread here.
Anyhow Graham is not a member of this forum but if he was, this recent encounter I suggested here recently regarding a short new (to me) film i acquired only earlier this week tells us all in just a few simple photographs what i have been saying for years and continually get vilified for speaking the factual truth on the matter!
Take a look at this link and then please see photographs below...
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No prizes for guessing which machines this print has been previously viewed on!
I gotta say I had dozens of examples like this myself emerging from my past experiences in the hobby and this really has become ONE of the trademarks associated with certain machines throughout many different users of them.
So I say again to you Graham..... Are you sure?
Note: This is posted as a means to give greater understanding of the watchouts in the hobby, not as a brand bashing exercise as people conclude!
Many people seemingly manage to avoid these potential pitfalls by having all of the necessary skills and spares to do so.
I urge all users to do likewise to keep our remaining otherwise quality prints, clean for the future generations.
Time and time again, new examples come to market of valuable lessons that simply have not been learned. Hopefully the more that is spoken about on this topic, the greater the preventative awareness ensues.