A broken printer can make you less productive whether you work from home or in the office of a Fortune 500 firm. We use our printers for a variety of tasks, including printing important work documents and making tangible copies of our favourite family photos. If your printer suddenly stops working, you must identify the issue and perform the Canon Printer Offline Fix as quickly as possible.

Guide to Resolve the Canon Printer Offline Issue

While Canon Printer Offline can occur for a variety of reasons, it is best to begin your investigation with the most basic possibilities and work your way up. Complicated network troubleshooting is useless if the issue is as simple as a paper jam or a low toner cartridge. While checking the printer's health, start with the simplest problem. Examine the printer's control panel or LCD display for any error messages, such as low ink, no connection, or a paper jam. If your printer is still showing as offline after ruling out all other possibilities, try totally shutting it down and restoring power by detaching it, waiting a few seconds, and then reconnecting it.

Check for any loose cords and the network connection.

If you have a wired or wireless network printer and there is a network disruption, such as a power loss, you should reset your switch or wireless router by detaching and reconnecting it. If there was only a brief power loss, your wireless router could have been disconnected from the network. To resolve the issue and reconnect the printer, the modem or router must be rebooted or otherwise reset.

The direct connection between the computer and the printer may fail. If there is a poor connection or a loose cord, the printer may become dysfunctional and stop responding to your requests. This can happen if you recently relocated your computer or printer. Examine your computer to ensure that it is securely linked to USB. If another USB port is available, try it. Also, inspect the plugged-in printer connection for a loose connection. The simple approach is to turn off SNMP. Right-click the printer in the Devices and Printers panel, select Printer settings, then select the Ports tab and Configure Port. You should see a checkbox near the bottom that allows you to enable or disable SNMP. Be careful you turn it off.

If you continue to have printing issues, please call us at our toll-free number. Every day, our experts service hundreds of printers. We do not require commitments or contracts for routine printer maintenance.

References: How To Fix Canon Printer Offline