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It sounds like you changed the weight (thickness) of the envelopes being used or they aren't being fed in right. Make sure the paper guides are snug against the envelopes. Try rotating them 180 degrees (in which case, if that works, you may have to print your labels upside-down).
If this doesn't help, then my best suggestion is to get Avery address labels and print on those and stick them to the envelopes.
The only other thing I can think of off the top of my head that would cause that is a sudden change in humidity, but that's not something we can control!
Use a damp lint free cloth and clean the feeder rollers. Print out a configuration page to make sure that the printer recognizes that the feeder is installed. Usually the envelope feeder problems stem from age and/or dirty rollers. Make sure that your software app sees that the feeder is attached.
Printing envelopes with an HP 1350: If you use MS Word, select ENVELOPES. When address window appears, select OPTIONS on right > select PRINTING OPTIONS > select FEED METHOD option on far right (envelope placed on right of tray face down); select FACE DOWN; select FEED FROM UPPER TRAY. The only problem I have with this is that the address prints off in the lower quarter of the envelope rather than in the center of the envelope as we would write it manually. I am currently working on solving that problem.
Usually letter envelopes are insert long-way into your printer. I recommend using the Microsoft Word envelope wizard to print Sender and/or Recipient addresses on envelopes. Here's how it works:
1) Launch Microsoft Word. 2) Click Tools > Letters and Mailings > Envelopes and Labels... 3) Type in what you want to see on the envelope. 4) The default feed direction is shown in the lower right corner of the dialog box. To change it, click Options and select the Printing Options tab. Adjust the settings as you please. 5) Click OK to exit the Options Dialog Box 6) Click Print (in the upper right corner of the "Envelopes and Labels" dialog box.
I hope this helps - please let me know if I can be of any further assistance.