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printer shows print jam on server 2008

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hey guys, i have a printer added to 3 servers. On 2 of them it shows paper jam, and the other is fine. They are all setup the same.

I restarted the printer and no luck. How do i clear the error?
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If the printer does not have any paper jam and you can print to it from the server that does not detect the jam then restart the print spooler on the two servers showing a paper jam.
Otherwise, try removing the printer and adding it again.
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