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Re: why is my printer saying original loaded?
Is there a piece of paper in the top (copier/fax) feed, or under the top against the glass? Original Loaded means there's some document in place, ready to be copied or faxed. If you remove that, the message should go away.
If there isn't one, check inside the feed on top, and see if there's anything stuck in there that could be blocking the sensor.
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The reaason it keeps trying to print is because it's in the print queue on your network.
Have whoever sent this to the printer open the print queue and delete it.
Only the originator or the print queue admin can delete the job
Hello Ncerritos. I have an ideaj that may help. First disconnect the AC power. Second disconnect the RS232 or interconnect cable to the mainframe and look for bent pins in cable or socket. If you find pins bent I worn you they are no very fexable. If it is the cable it would be safer to replace the cable, If its the socket you may try straighting CAREFULLY. I wish you luck on this ventur.
Unfortunately most printers have what is called a Cache memory. once you initiate a print job the computer loads it in to the printer, Much like filling a glass of water then the printer takes slow sips so as not to overload the job..if you decide to cancel the print job at your computer you also have to hit the stop button on the printer. In most cases this will empty that "glass" Out and clear the memory. In Vista this problem is inherent to that O.S. I'm still an Xp kinda guy. I hope this helps. Be mucho blessed.. Mark