You can troubleshoot your printer simply by factory resetting it. Before you jump into resetting the printer, note that some issues cannot be solved by resetting the printer, for instance, paper jam.
On this page, we'll see when to reset the printer and the methods to get Canon Pixma TR7520 reset.
Wait for 20 to 30 seconds and reconnect your Canon printer to the power supply.
Turn ON the printer, press and hold the Pause/Reset button simultaneously for 20 to 30 seconds.
Release the Pause/Reset button after the attention lights turn ON.
Wait for the product to restore factory defaults.
Method 3: Resetting via Control panel
On the printer's control panel, use the directional keys and navigate to the Setup option and then select Settings.
Select the Device Settings option followed by Reset Settings.
Now, you can choose the option to reset a particular setting on your printer.
If you want to restore the printer settings completely, then select Reset All.
Confirm your selection by selecting the OK button and compete for the factory reset. The printer automatically restarts.
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