Basically, the reset process is performed as a part of troubleshooting. When common solutions don’t resolve the printer issues, you can perform the hard reset, or the soft reset to restore the printer settings to factory defaults.
Now, if the reset process doesn’t resolve your printer issue or the reset process has failed to work successfully on your printer, then it means there is some print job is running in the background.There could also be a problem with the printer hardware. Check whether any print job exists. If yes, cancel or finish it and then perform the reset. If not, you can check for printer hardware issues.
You can still try the soft, hard, and factory reset process repeatedly on your Canon printer by following the instructions given below.
Note: The soft, hard, and factory reset procedures might vary based on the Canon printer models. In the below section, you can find only the basic steps. To know the reset process in detail, contact us.
Before resetting the printer, check the reset options available for the printer.
Generally, the hard reset will resolve majority of the printer issues. However, before performing the hard reset process, you can try to power reset your printer.
Still if you find that your Canon printer is not resetting, contact us for remote assistance.