“Printer going offline” is not a new problem. It is a well-known and resolvable problem that many users face. So, if you’re facing this issue for the first time, try the simple and quick troubleshooting solutions given below to fix it.This page shows you how to resolve the Canon PIXMA MG2522 printer offline error.
Resolving the “Canon Pixma MG2522 printer offline” issue
Best and quick solution
As the first step of troubleshooting the “printer offline” error, check whether your Canon printer is turned on. If not, turn it on.
You can verify whether your printer is turned on by checking its Power LED status and display. If the Power light is off and the display is blank, it means the printer is turned off.
Now, you need to press the Power button to turn on your printer.
If the MG2522 printer is not turning on, check whether its power cord is connected securely.
Unplug and reconnect the cord if necessary.
Secondly, check if your Canon MG2522 printer is connected to the computer. If not, connect it to your computer over a wireless or USB connection.
Set your printer as the default machine on your computer if you haven’t done it yet. To do so (Windows):
Open Settings or Control Panel.
Select Devices and Printers.
Locate your Canon printer and right-click on it.
Click on the Set as default printer option.
Check and disable the Use Printer Offline or Pause Printing option on your computer if it is enabled. To do so (Windows):
Open Devices and Printers.
Select and right-click on your printer.
Select See what’s printing > Printer.
Now, remove the checkbox beside the Use Printer Offline or Pause Printing option.
Finally, reinstall the printer driver on your computer. Check if the latest printer driver is installed on your computer. If not, reinstall it.
Contact us if the Canon MG2522 printer offline error persists even after performing the above solutions.