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If the print of your labels is too high/low or left/right then you should alter the page margins by clicking File>Page setup>Margins to correct the position of the print.
Most of the A4 printers have an accuracy of plus or minus 1mm. So, design your labels while keeping this in mind. Also, try to avoid using borders around the perimeter of the label because any printing inaccuracy will show up.
If the position of the print is getting progressively worse down the page or across the page then it is the label size or the gap between labels that is wrong, so please check the size in the template first. If the size is right then you need to increase or decrease the gap.
If you still have problems please contact the AA Labels Helpdesk team who’d assist you in resolving this problem.
The most common reasons for this problem may be either unclean rollers of your printer or the rubber on the rollers has lost its density. We suggest cleaning the rollers of your printer with an alcohol based solvent first. If that’s not the problem then you may need to replace the rollers. When the rubber loses its density it loses its ability to grip the labels sheet and therefore it will not feed.
In some cases there can be compatibility issues with the label sheets and printer. If you are still experiencing the same problem even after cleaning your printer please call 01733 588 390 during our office timings from 8.30am – 5.30pm Monday through Friday and our customer service team will help you.
One of the most common reasons why paper jams occur is unclean printers. While printing labels, the paper may jam near the exit. This may be due to unclean rollers of your printer at the exit tray. It is recommended to keep the inside of the printer as clean and dust free as possible. It is suggested to use a lint free cloth and some alcohol based cleaner to clean the printer. Make sure you are using clean printer paper. We recommend you clean your printer every six months or so. Usually cleaning should be done every time you change cartridges.
In some cases there can be compatibility issues with the label sheets and the printer. If even after cleaning you are experiencing the paper jam please call 01733 588 390 and our customer service team will guide you.
It can be done in some cases but it is not advisable. The printer compatibility is clearly mentioned on the AA Labels product pages against each label material.
Therefore, you should avoid using inkjet labels in your laser printer. There is always a chance that some inkjet labels can melt in the fuser of laser printer because of the heat generated by the heat roller that can cause damage to the printer.
Some of the labels can be printed with inkjet/laser printer or copier. However, some materials are specifically for laser printers, some for inkjet printers while others can be used on both. Mostly glossy and fluorescent materials do not print on inkjet printers, whereas transparent labels do not print on lasers.
The printer compatibility is listed next to each of the label material on the product page. Please have a look at the printer compatibility of your label sheets before printing them otherwise you might waste your sheets of labels.