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Just out of curiosity, why is it that my LPL 7451 enlarger uses a 200W bulb, but the 7452 uses a 250W? I understand that they are one in the same enlarger apart from baseboard size and distance from column to chassis(?) Could my enlarger use the 250W bulb? Thanks Paul
-- paul owen (firstname.lastname@example.org), August 17, 2001
In the US these are called the Saunders 4500-II and the 4550XLG. From the Saunders website: "4550XLG Enlargers have a higher-power light source (with higher-performance cooling system to match), for faster printing." So it sounds like the 250w bulb would generate too much heat. Too bad, because the only complaint I have with mine is the l-o- n-g exposure times.
-- Tom Raymondson (email@example.com), August 17, 2001.
I taked to a elictricity ing. and he told me no problem with 250 watt so I allready buyed one but I still have the 200 in because she still works. But my next bulb will be a 250 watt in my LPL 7451 and I`m quite sure it works. More light to LPLs ;-)
-- Armin Seeholzer (firstname.lastname@example.org), August 18, 2001.