Why won't my printer turn on?
My printer is plugged in, but there is no light showing it is on.
This issue may be due to any of the following:
1. The power cord is not connected to outlet
Solution: Before attempting to fix the power button, make sure the cord is plugged into a working outlet
2. The power is not on
Solution: Turn on the power by pressing the large square button on front right side of printer.
3. Your printer has a faulty power connection
Solution: Reconnect to power supply. Try unplugging the power cord, pausing for 15 seconds before reconnecting to wall.
4. Your printer is connected to a bad wall outlet
Solution: Utilize a different wall outlet.
Please refer to this device's troubleshooting page for more information.
Faced similar situation... It was working an hour ago and stopped turning on all of sudden... Checked power cable... Tested the cable by putting it in my cam charger... It was fine... Shaked power point as sometime it's due to loose connection... Still no fix... Finally shakes the cartidge box gently... Cleaned the printer.... Connected power cable again and this time it does turn on... What a relief.... Try it... If it works for you as well... Good Luck
You can reset your printer by following this:
1) Turn the printer off
2) Press and hold the STOP button for 3 seconds.
3) Then press the ON button and release the STOP button.
4) While holding the ON button, press the STOP button 5 times.
5) Release all buttons.
6) LCD Screen should turn on and be blank. After a minute or better turn the printer off once more.
This should be the reset.
Dear Friends Its Very Easy To Fix This Problems With Normal Steps -
I suspect they engineered these to fail after so many years. I wouldn't often use the printer but when I used it I needed it. The ink would mysteriously disappear even when I wasn't using it and I had to buy ink cartridges for it often. So that is what I was doing. I turned the printer on, opened the ink door and checked the number on the cartridges. Closed the door then went into the other room to buy the ink. When I returned to the machine the power was off and I could not turn it back on. Changing outlets, reinserting the power cord, and holding down the power button to no avail. It was meant to fail. I will never buy another printer or product for that matter from Canon.
If you'r printer isn't turn on then you can check first you wire is properly connected or not then Reconnect to power supply. Try unplugging the power wire, pausing for 15 seconds before reconnecting to wall.
Are there really this many people out there who think other people who are forming complete sentences on a message board system didn’t think to check the power supply? I’ve tried at least two known good power supplies in an outlet I read with a digital multimeter to have the voltage required. Now when I push the square button with the circular marking with a straight line going to the radius (traditional marking for power) it does nothing. I’ve tried the reset instructions from above, it does nothing. It seems to have had an intermittent connection because it turned on a couple of times and now it won’t turn on at all. I’m guessing the power connector that attaches to the board inside has weak solder joints. It’s just as well, even when it powered on it wouldn’t connect to wifi.
Strangely enough 2 years after mine spontaneously stopped working it spontaneously started working again. There is no reasonable explanation for it. Once I was able to turn it on most of the catridges were dry. It may be a built in “punishment” Canon has put in their printers to deter you from holding the paper feed button enough times to default to printing in only black and white. Nonetheless I am over Canon products. Will never buy another again. Completely fed up. The ink cartridges are so insanely expensive and I perhaps get only 10 photos out of them. It may be more economical to return to a fuji film developed film camera than these ridiculous digital camera photos which can only be shared on computers. I’m sorry to say there was no solution to this and I am quite tech savvy. I’ve soldered power jacks on mother boards, upgraded processors in laptops and replaced screens in laptops. I can completely dismantle a laptop and have every screw and part diagrammed, clean it (dust etc), reapply heatsink to the processor and reassemble it in perfect working condition in less than 2 hours and have it benchmarking higher than the standard rating. There is absolutely no reason for Canon to have this push button nonsense vs a standard on off toggle switch like devices had 20 years ago.
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