DeskJet 3520 prints paper usually ok but food takes hold of the sheets of labels Avery too early

I have a Deskjet 3520 eAIO (wireless). Print labels Avery fine on other printers, but when I try to print them on the 3520, it seems to start to give the sheet of labels too early which means printing from more down the page (about 1/2 "") as it should. My 8 + yr old Canon print all types of avery labels with no problem, but he just finally bit the dust and I'm stuck.

Hi panavygirl,

I understand that you have a problem with printing labels Avery to your Deskjet 3520 printer. I'll try my best to help you solve this problem. Could you please tell me the model number of your printer and the operating system that you are running on your computer?

HP Deskjet 3520 e-all-in-one and e-all-in-one printer, HP Deskjet Ink Advantage 3520 product specifications the table below shows the types of paper supported. This printer doesn't support label paper. That said when you choose the type of paper in the advance printing preferences menu, try to choose a paper to heavier weight for the printing of labels.

The following table contains a list of sizes and types of paper supported.

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