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Common problems for INSTANT INK, HP+ PLANS: INK AND TONER
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ashleyma14
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i have been considering buying the hp tango x but i need to know a few things first!!

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I have a question about the hp tango x wireless printer! I need a good, long lasting printer! 

I have an hp envy 6052 in my closet because after 1 month of use, it decided to die. its so frustrating!

I need a printer that can print sticker paper!!! this is literally all i need it for! 

I don't need a scanner, I don't need a huge sprinter that'll take up space on my desk. 

a printer just for printing sticker paper, that's all i need. 

i became interested in the hp tango x because of how small it was and the fact that all it did was print.

I'm not really a fan of the fact that it doesn't have a usb part, but i can work with that anyway.

i just need a good printer, that can connect to my laptop easily, that will be used only for sticker paper.

i seriously don't want to waste money like i did when i bought the hp envy 6052 supposedly " all in one printer".

i had to push back my shop opening because of the printer failing so suddenly for no reason!! 

please give me some advice, if there's a way to fix the printer in the closet, by all means. but at this point I'm more interested in the hp tango x!

 

pleasse help ;-;

 

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In the printer's specifications for paper type stickers and labels are not listed which could be a problem. It's very likely Tango will be having problems printing on stickers.

 

https://www8.hp.com/h20195/v2/GetPDF.aspx/c06706086.pdf 




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yea that's what i was worried about. i saw people say it worked for sticker paper but i wanted to be sure. the paper i use is very thin so it feels no different from plain paper, do you think it could still cause issues?
if so, do you have any suggestions for a printer?

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