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To stop a print job of your canon printer. Click Start, Printer and Faxes. double click the default printer which check icon. Right click the print job and chose cancel.

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Hello, I know you wrote this seven months ago, but if you are still having issue, you have to press the "system Monitor" button on the printer. then press ok for print jobs, then the right and left arrors to cancel
It is aggrivating how canon put no shortcut button on the printer to cancel this.

It is under chapter 3 in teh advanced guide you can get at the link below on canon's site.

http://www.usa.canon.com/cusa/support/consumer/printers_multifunction/imageclass_series/imageclass_mf4150#BrochuresAndManuals

nice day.

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Delete Queued Print Job If a print job is corruptand does not print clearly, does not print at all or is preventingother queued jobs from printing, delete the queued job.
  1. On the Windows taskbar, double-click the printer icon located to the left of the time.

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  2. At the Printer window, select the print job, under 'Document Name' column, to highlight it.

  3. From the 'Document' menu, select 'Cancel'.

  4. Repeat steps two and three to cancel another print job.

  5. Ifthe print job cannot be cancelled or will not stop printing, shut downthe compuer, disconnect the printer cable and then restart the computer.
    1. Close the Printer window.
    2. Shut down the computer.
    3. Disconnect the printer cable (USB or parallel cable).
    4. Restart the computer.
    5. If a message window appears asking to cancel printing, select 'Yes'.
    6. Verifythe printer icon no longer appears on the Windows taskbar. If the iconappears, double-click it and cancel the remaining print jobs asinstructed on steps two and three.
    7. After all print jobs have been cancelled, reconnect the cable to the printer and then try to print again.

  6. Ifthe print job does not complete, it may be necessary to disconnect theprinter cable, power off and on the printer and then reconnecting thecable.

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What it means is the tank to collect waste ink (from cleaning etc) is full.
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