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Canon c3220: delete print job from memory

I send a print job. it did not print the last page and the system went into hang. I tried restarting the machine, but now i cannot send any other print job, because it keeps printing the old job and getting stuck again.Please help!!

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Go into system monitor on the main screen and click on the print jobs recieve and clear them,
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