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HP C5180 All-in One printer. I cannot feed pre printed DVD label sheets. tried their fix of selecting Photo paper plus option but still got problem . The sheet has a grey block of color at lead edge. If I reverse sheet it feeds ok but print is in wrong position of course

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  • Anglian Mar 18, 2008

    Have also tried just about every other paper type setting available but still the same problem. I believe the problem i caused by the grey printed block of color at the top of each sheet but I could be wrong. But why does the paper feed and print if the lead edge is plain. These are pre printed sheets and must be fed so that grey color block is the lead edge

  • Anglian Mar 18, 2008

    Thanks fot that , but am I to assume that this type of printer will kick out any pre printed paper that carries a coloured block at the lead edge?

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Fix:
Cut a piece of scotch tape that is slightly wider than the page. 9" or so.

Apply about 1/2 the width of the tape to the top of the label sheet so it DOES NOT cover any of your labels. Wrap the other 1/2 of the width of the tape over to the other (backing) side of the page.

Use a scissor to trim off the overhanging tape on each side of the page.

Feed the label into your printer and it should now work.

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