10-17-2017 08:52 AM
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11-13-2017 07:37 PM - edited 11-13-2017 07:39 PM
Just to keep this going, Yes, have a MG7520 sitting right here that just died. it is less than two years old with light use (I think I've used 3 black Carts in it) Following a B203 error, it was in the middle of a printer alignment maintenance screen when I heard the sound of USB disconnecting and all the lights on the printer turned out. The power has been checked, all the way up to the power cord going into the printer with a scope. No problem. The printer is Dead. Now I have a LIKE NEW looking printer/scanner that is a paperweight.
After only using Sony products for years, I moved over and started using Canon products: including DSLR, video cameras and a Canon G30. I thought I could move over to a Canon printer but apparently this is not the case.
While I have not had issues with the numerous other Canon products I own, I just can't bring myself to buy another Canon printer. It's not going to happen.
Things like this also bleed over to the reputation of other products Canon produces. It is not a good thing to have these products perceived as defective. Some of us that experience these issues spend a lot of money purchasing higher end devices!
No reply is necessary. This printer is tested 100% dead. I'll be switching to another brand.