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HP Deskjet F380 Paper Problem

Hi, My F380 just will not print out a sheet of stickers (Avery) which is marginally thicker than normal A4. Have had no probs with previous printers but this one prints badly off centre, lop-sided - seems to be a problem in the uptake of the sheet resulting in badly aligned print jobs. Any help would be appreciated!

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