SQL Database Failover Issue

I am currently working with two Windows 2012 Servers R2, that are running SQL Server 2014.  Listed below is a quick snapshot on the architecture for the purpose of this discussion:

-Primary-DBServer
-Mirror-DBServer

The was a failover issue and now all of the databases on the primary server should read as "Principal.Synchronized," with the exception of three databases, which are running on the mirrored server as "Principal.Synchronized."  The databases appear on the primary server as "Mirrored Synchronized" when they should appear as "Principal.Synchronized."  How can I achieve the result of all these three databases being: "Principal.Synchronized."?
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Dan McFaddenSystems EngineerCommented:
How to article from Microsoft:

link:  https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms186348.aspx

Basically, from the Primary Server, open SQL Server Management Studio, select the database, you want, go to Tasks, select Mirror, click Failover.

After the task successfully completes, your should see all dbs on the primary server as being Principal.

Dan
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