How can I get rid of the PJL STATUS command from the top of my AS/400 Reports?

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I have just installed an IBM4247-003 printer to our AS400 via LAN connection. Everytime a report is printed, the top of the first page has a PJL command. We currently are on V5R2. I created the device as a Type(3812) Lanattach(*IP) Port(9100) MFRTYPMDL(*IBM4247DUAL) SYSDRVPGM(*IBMPJLDRV). The message that prints is below: 12345X@PJL USTATUSOFF -12345X @PJL INFO STATUS@PJL USTATUS SEVICE-ON

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AS/400 Model 270 V5R2

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  • ToddN2000
    Sounds like it may be a setting in the printer itself.Does this printer have a menu?Check the manual to see if there is a configuration setting that needs to be set to block the print. 
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