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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I have had this same problem trying to print DVD lable sheets.
I spent hours trying to work it out, HP support said it was the software(hmmm)
The answer to the problem is, the printer senses the printed block colour band on the preprinted lable sheet. I am using Fellowes - Neato DVD tempate sheets which have a black, block of colour on the leading edge, I'm not sure about Avery.
I found the quick fix is, turn the sheet around end for end against the manufacturers instructions. The opposite end is plain and goes through OK. You may have to calibrate the software to compensate if the printing starts in a different position this end, my sheets are the same within about 1mm.
You could also cut the block colour off the sheet if the direction was critical, and make allowance for the starting position.
I find the printer is good apart from this problem.
I hope this helps, it worked for me.
Posted on Mar 17, 2008
You might try setting up Word for a 'custom' label since it offers that option.
I've done some strange labels by directing Word via that feature.
Posted on Aug 26, 2008
you may need to use some free software that is available for 10.4 and 10.5 users. produced by avery it is the DESIGN PRO available for download at
also available for PC
a bit awkward to learn, it does the advertised job
Posted on Aug 18, 2009
SOURCE: AVery 9100
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!
Posted on Feb 11, 2010
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