How Do I Reset my Canon Printer to Factory Settings?
Canon printers are widely used throughout the globe cause of the privileges that they offer, and the features are pretty unique. The inkjet printers generate prints almost instantly with HD quality results.
But sometimes, it happens that the users feel some difficulties while working with the Canon printers, and there is no other option to rectify them other than restoring the canon printer to its factory settings.
Following are some techniques to help you
Resetting the wired printers
Resetting makes the printer work efficiently and resolves issues with it.
It is the most basic form of resetting that all of us do when the printer is not working. Turn off your printer and then disconnect it from the primary power source. Allow it to rest for 10 minutes, and then plug in the switch again and start printing. 40% of the issues are resolved by doing this simple power reset.
The cartridge is an essential part of the printer, and any problem with the cartridge can result in the malfunctioning of the printer. Remove the ink cartridge from Canon and then place it into the ink checking mechanism. While holding the cartridges to the ink checker, wait for a while until it blinks the light that symbolizing that your cartridge is perfectly ok. After inspecting your ink cartridge, install it back into the canon printer and start the printing process.
How to do a quick factory reset?
Push The stop button instantly until you can hear the alarm of your canon printer. Then push the start button under the alarm has rung almost 19 times. This restores your device to the factory settings.
The printer has no memory of the previous connections, so you need to reinstall the devices in drivers on your computer and then reinstall the printer with it.
How to reset with the help of default factory reset settings?
The default option of restoring factory settings of the Canon printer is given on its menu board.
Resetting with the resume button
In case if you want to reset your ink cartridge, try pressing the resume and power buttons simultaneously to restore the ink levels in cartridges.