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Ink wont print on transparent sticker paper

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I bought clear sticker paper/labels but whenever I try printing on them, nothing shows up despite it saying printed successfully. I made sure to only use black print since white ink doesnt exist. I also changed the type of paper to specialty glossy. If anyone knows how it can actually print properly, i'd appreciate it. The brand of paper is neato clear labels. Thanks.

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Hi,

Different printers support different paper types and don't support others.

 

As a starting point, please clarify what HP printer model do you have, to understand what paper it supports.

 

Also, what EXACT paper did you bought, what is the manufacture, any product number, etc, or include a picture of its cover, different papers are intended for different printer types (some for Laser, some for Inkjets, etc.) and you should understand if both the printer and the paper are intended to be used together at all.

 

Shlomi



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