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Print server problems

I have an MPS1-T Lantronix Micro Print Server attached to a Microline 520 printer. The printer started printing very slow so I had the head gap adjusted, tested the cat5 line and finally I swapped the print server with another one in the office. When I did this, the printer then printed at normal speed. Does the print server need to be replaced or is there a configuration setting that needs to be reset?

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