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How to cancel a print job

Hello all,

my problem is that when a send to the printer a job for example 2000 pages and I want to cancel it, I can't.

The job has left the computer so I can not cancel it from the PC, but I haven't found a way to cancel it from the machine.
The red stop button is not responding.

This only happens when I print, because when I am making copies I can cancel the jobs.

Thanking you in advance for your help,

Kind regards,

Ion

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Press the Print key, press offline, select "reset print job"

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Press the printer key. The printer screen will appear, and reset job will be an option. You must clear the print queue on the computer or it will just get sent again.

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