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Can't Assign Static IP on Cisco switch, but DHCP works

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I have several stacks of cisco 3750x switches at the school I am working at. Each stack is configured the same, just on different Vlan's.

On one of the stacks I can't assign a static IP address to anything, even though DHCP is working fine. I can pull a DHCP address. and it works, but if I statically assign that address to a laptop it won't work, I have tried multiple ports/ multiple vlans.

this is not a subnet or gateway mistake on my end.

I am attaching the running config for the stack.  

I have tried multiple ports but the most recent was gi4/0/33 It's currently  set to vlan 32, however I had the same problem while it was set to vlan 24.

Thanks for your expertise.
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