Canon Printer Troubleshooting

How to Troubleshoot the Scanning on Canon MX870?

Canon Printer TroubleshootingCanon Pixma MX870 is an all-in-one printer which allows the users to print, send, receive and, scan the documents. The printer delivers excellent performance to its users but, sometimes issues occur with the scanning process.  Though, users can fix the problem either by proper scanner maintenance or modifying the scanner settings. For Canon Printer Troubleshooting, a user can follow the below-given steps and fix the problem. 

  • Check your printer and make sure that you have plugged in the power cable properly. Your USB cable must be properly connected to your printer as well as  the computer. 
  • Make sure that document you are using for the scanning is of high-quality. The documents should not be faded.
  • Turn off your Canon printer and unplug it. After that clean the glass of scanner with a glass cleaning cloth. Make sure that you have completely dried all the cleaned areas. After that, turn on your printer. 
  • Now, you need to increase the scanner resolution. To access the Scanner Resolution settings, open the ‘Scanning Resolution’ dialog box. You can find this dialog box under the ‘Scan Settings’ header. If the resolution is low, your image will look blocky and out of focus. 
  • Open ‘ScanGear Tool’, click on the ‘Preference Button’ present in the Windows top right corner. Click the ‘Color Settings’ tab. Usually, you can set the color settings to ‘Recommended’ but, if the color is not being scanned properly in your document then, you can switch to the ‘Color Matching’ settings. 

With the help of the aforementioned Canon Printer Troubleshooting steps, you can fix the Scanning issues in your Epson Printer. In case, these steps are not delivering you the expected outcomes, you can contact the printer experts. The printer professionals will suggest you the best possible solution to fix the problem.

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