OK, I just started using a Premier Model 110 dryer that is rated at 325 watts with 110 volts. Curiosity got the best of me and I am posting a little info and am looking for some comments about my efforts. I took a thermometer and checked at what temps the settings are on this dryer. This is what I found: #1.....120F #2.....130F #3.....140F High.....150F I have only Iford Multigrade FB Warmtone fiber paper to work with at this point. But I find that the longer the paper is left in to dry and at the higher temps, the paper comes out flat and does not curl. Even after setting out on a desk for a week the print remains reasonably flat. I used negatives from a 35mm, 6X6 & 6X9 cameras in an effort to see if there would be a change in tone ( finish, contrast??) but I don't really have an answer on that. I am satisfied at the end product. Final thing, I am leaving a print in from 45 minutes to 1 hour at the High setting ( 150F) to produce the finished print. Does anyone have any thoughts to my efforts here? Thank you.