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Konica spooling endlessly, not printing. How to reset?

We have a Konica 7150 printer, and the server is messed up - it won't print anything, but keeps spooling hundreds of pages. The print server doesn't have a monitor and I guess the O/S is DOS on it anyway. Does anyone have any idea how we can reset the Konica 7150? We turned all the equipment off overnight last night, and it made no difference.

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