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Nothing will print, stuck in ''Printing'' mode.

My printer was working fine, however I recieved a fax and ran out of paper. So the data was still there for the printer to print. 3 days later I put some paper in the loader and the fax resumed. It stopped just short of finishing. Now when I try to clear the data, or cancel, it wont let me. On the screen it shows "Printing" but its not working. Any suggestions?

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Delete all documents on queue.
If you can not do it, Reset the printer.

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