Unplug it from the PC/network and turn it on, if the blanks keep feeding it is a printer problem, but I would bet it won't be printing them. Then plug it back into the network, if it immediately starts printing, someone/something is sending the data to it that it is printing. If that is the case, and you can't figure out the who or what, change the IP of the printer, eventually that job will stop floating around your LAN and fail somewhere.
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