Summary: I bought this printer less than a year ago and its never really fed paper properly, I've barely used the product. It has now broken (the paper got stuck). Canon's customer service has not been helpful as apparently I have to pay to get it couriered to them to fix it.
Hours wasted trying to connect to network and can only be ...
M. Saxon, Amazon
22 September 2015
Summary: Hours wasted trying to connect to network and can only be used by cable. Rejects anything other than authorised cartridges. An expensive mistake on my part as I have to connect by cable to use. Should be sold as retro.
Summary: This printer is so eager to grab the sheet of paper, it pulls it through crooked and then chews it up! It does this on quality 120gsm paper too, not just the thin rubbishy stuff. It's now out of its 30 day return to Amazon period, so I've got to pay to send it to Canon. Not worth it. Avoid.
Summary: Extremely unhappy about the purchase. Whenever I try and print I am told that the paper-tray is empty, when it's in fact full. My father-in-law bought the exact same model and has the exact same problem. Don't buy it!
Summary: Below is my original review but this is the update - after a promising start I've now given up with this machine even though I've not had it long. First few documents went through it fine and, although the print quality was pretty basic, the duplexing facility was a real boon.
Summary: Connecting to WiFi is far from straightforward. In fact it's complicated and even Canon's helpline won't help. The paper pickup is poor and frequently it will decide that it has no paper even though it has plenty which has been inserted with care. The build quality is also poor - feels flimsy.