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Making labels I want to make labels. I have purchased the "avery quick peel sheets" I need to know how to put them in the printer.

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There are software templates on the avery website. Maybe you can find the specific product you bought on the website and download a template that will help you print labels.

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You need to check the driver settings inthe printer properties and make sure that you are selecting labels as the paper stock. Often times this will adjust the fusing temperature so the toner is melted thoroughly on the label. You may also check the toner..some compatible brand toners do not do well on Avery labels.

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These labels are supposed to be for laser or inkjet . A inkjet basically sprays the ink to print. A laser deposits plastic powder and then uses heat to melt it or fuse it to the paper. To get a good inkjet print you need a softwaer paper, to get a good laser print you want a harder paper and a glue that can handle the heat. I had a quick look at customer complaints on that product and you are not alone. Either the printing is coming off (inkjet) or the label is coming off inside the printer.

One of the other problems with labels in lasers can also be how the paper is printed. The paper can be rolled around a few rollers and drums. This action can be pretty close to how you peel the labels off of the backer sheet. Add a bit of heat to make the glue loosen up a bit and you get your problem.

Setting to thicker paper should have helped but the best thing you could do is print it flat. Most laser printers have a back tray that is usually closed. When opened the tray lets the paper come out without having to go around rollers. If your model doesn't do that about the only thing I could suggest is to try to print the labels on a cold printer. So that would mean one page or so at a time with a wait for it to cool down. You could also try a differant brand or another avery type but you may end up with a label collection if they prove to have the same problem with your printer.

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I have the same printer and usually when this happens I am able to flip the lever on the side to put it into auto peel mode and push the feed button on the front and that usually works and makes the light go green. It was explained to me that if the label stock is old it will have a hard time recognizing it. Sometimes I have to pull out the labels and re-insert the labels to get them to work properly. I hope this helps.

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Also, what I did was to first back all of the labels out and back into the reel. Turn machine off, then back on. With the peel lever down, as mentioned above, begin to load the labels as shown. The light will blink and it will make a noise as it senses the label. It will begin to draw the label in and you need to make sure you create tension on the labels as they are being pulled in. I accidentally did this by holding pressure against the reel, and sure enough, the thing pulled the first label into place and quit frickin blinking!!! Labels printed fine afterwards!

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Well i hope you don't need to get a technician out to remove those labels for you. If you do then you better have the coffee and biscuits ready to keep him appeased!!

The most likely place for them to have come off the page is at the first place the paper bends much more than about 45 degrees. If not there, then any other bend of similar angle. After this you will need to be looking in the fuser unit (the unit that gets hot) and the heat softens the glue on the label and they peel off.

Download a service manual form here to help you get it apart without braking anything!

http://www.tradebit.com/filedetail.php/4018886-Documents-eBooks-Technical

For future reference, please ensure that any labels you print are designed specifically for laser printers and the margin from the top of the page to the first label is as big as possible - preferably about 10mm or more.

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