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    Re: Removing the Cog on Jobo Lid

    Swapping: my Jobo has a lift. My 2-series drums were without cogs. I have some 1-series cog-lids. Saved me money not having to buy extra cogs.

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    Dave Karp
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    Re: Removing the Cog on Jobo Lid

    Thanks! This is very helpful. I have a drum with a cracked cog that resulted from a drop. Now I can replace it someday. I don't have a Jobo processor, so no real problem, but I was really mad at myself after spending some hard earned $ on that thing and dropping it the first time I used it. I feel it a little bit every time I pull the drum out to use it.

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    8x10, 5x7, 4x5, et al Leigh's Avatar
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    Re: Removing the Cog on Jobo Lid

    Quote Originally Posted by Fred L View Post
    If one wanted to do inversion manual processing...
    OK.

    I've only used the JOBO system as designed and intended, so that didn't occur to me.

    - Leigh
    If you believe you can, or you believe you can't... you're right.

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    Re: Removing the Cog on Jobo Lid

    99.9% of my Jobo processing is with the CPP2 but I have a couple of the cogless lids as well. Also,a member mentioned that a rubber stopper that fit the cog works as well making removing the cog redundant. Makes sense guess I'll be looking for stoppers in the future
    notch codes ? where we're going, we don't need notch codes.

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    Re: Removing the Cog on Jobo Lid

    Quote Originally Posted by Leigh View Post
    OK.

    I've only used the JOBO system as designed and intended, so that didn't occur to me.

    - Leigh
    Inversion is designed and intended. Jobo makes tightly sealing caps for the lids, includes instructions for inversion agitation, and labels the tanks and drums with fluid requirements for inversion processing.

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    Re: Removing the Cog on Jobo Lid

    I have removed cog from and added on cog to jobo 2500 series before. Just put in hot water to make the process easier. It is very tight and need strength to do it. I still keep some cogs in case I have to replace them.

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