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This just happened to me! I found this fixya and it didn't help me. So I checked the status of the printer and it was trying to print some 3,000 envelopes, OOPS!!! Needless to say I cancelled the job but it still had to go through all of the pages before cancelling and finally stopped blinking!
It's because the print queue is saved on the printer's flash memory. This happens when you don't cancel the queues properly or terminated improperly. To get rid of the issue, always try to give the command slowly and don't over load. If you are printing photos, try to make the file size small so that it'll not take long to spool and prepare for printing.
When the problem occurs, so as follows:
Cancel the queues from the print status box ("Cancel all documents"), if they are not cancelled, then turn off the printer (directly unplug the power cord from the printer), it you still see the printing status, keep on cancelling until everything's gone.
If the problem persists, restart your computer. Definitely the problem will be fixed.
It's also important to press the cancel button while the printer powers On.
I have found that if I put in an old aligned page the printer reads it as and the alignment is accepted. As for the cancelled message being in the window, I have had this problem too. I've ignored it and selected the copy button and it took the command. The only problem with hitting cancel is that you cannot turn off your printer. Every time you do you have to repeat the aligning and cancellation process.