Can I suggest the obvious... clean your processor and rollers REALLY well and change the "gum" (clean-out solution, one-bath developer, yada yada). This would happen if you're not changing the fluid often enough or not cleaning the processor thoroughly enough.
Originally Posted by smeyer1984
This type of issue can happen on processed plates too if the developer has too much coating in it, and it gets re-deposited to the plate before being washed/gummed. Normally the water wash of a normal processor would eliminate most of that, but in one-bath processing it just gets pressed into the plate by the rollers and dried onto the plate - where it can take ink.
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