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  • Guest's Avatar
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    The printouts may be "stuck" in the device's buffer.
    End the writer, vary off printer, manually powerdown printer.
    Leave it off for a few minutes then restart everything.

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  • Big Mac
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    unable to delete

    look up QSPFIXUP. It may do what you need. There are several references to it and how to use it on the web

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  • Guest.Visitor
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    None of the suggestions worked, hahahaha. Perhaps time to just throw in the towel?

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  • D.Abramowitz
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    Check the job that created these spool files. It may still be active. End the job, and the spool files will go away.

    If that doesn't work try running RCLSPLSTG *NONE.

    If that doesn't work have a beer.

    If that doesn't work, you haven't had enough.

    Dave

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  • Guest.Visitor
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    Unable to Delete Spool Files

    Hi all,

    Not sure if this is the correct place to post this question but I'm looking for a bit of help.

    I've got 2 spool files that seemingly won't delete. When we try to delete them we get a message which says "Printer output IRR245 already printed or deleted.". We've tried everything to get rid of these spool files but nothing seems to work.

    Any suggestions would be much appreciated!

    Regards,
    Josh
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