Question about Office Equipment & Supplies
Your last print job might have crashed, but it's still trying to send data to the printer.
If you have a Windows system, Go to Printers from the Control Panel and double-click on the printer. If you see any print jobs listed, choose File/Cancel All Documents.
But sometimes that doesn't work - then follow these steps to get rid of all stuck print jobs:
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