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MF733Cdw giving #853 via Google Cloud Print (Linux and Android)

I can print (for example):

  google.com

 

But I can't print:

  https://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/ina-garten/perfect-roast-turkey-recipe4-1943576.recipePrint

 

Printing to a PDF then printing the PDF doesn't help.  The recipe fails both from an Android device and from Chrome on my Linux laptop.  In both cases the print is going through Google Cloud Print.  I can see the print job in the printer's web page and it is listed with error code #853.  Google Cloud Print reports the job as 'Printed'.

 

I found the following page but given that the file is quite small, half a page, it isn't obvious what I should be doing to address this.

 

https://oip.manual.canon/USRMA-1738-zz-SS-enUS/contents/SS735_troubleshooting_0264.html#1113_h1_01

 

Thanks for any pointers. 

 

Cheers,

-kyle

 

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Re: MF733Cdw giving #853 via Google Cloud Print (Linux and Android)

Hi altendky.

 

I will be glad to assist you.

 

There are a couple of things that you can try to resolve this issue. First, please confirm that the printer firmware is up to date, by following the steps below at the printer:

<Menu>  <System Management Settings>  <Update Firmware>  <Via Internet>  Follow the onscreen instructions to perform the update.

 

The next step I recommend is to unregister and re-register the printer with Google Cloud Print. Please view the steps at this link to unregister and re-register the service:

Printing with Google Cloud Print

 

If the issue persists, please call us at 1-800-OK-CANON (652-2666), Monday - Friday 10:00 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. ET (excluding holidays).

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Re: MF733Cdw giving #853 via Google Cloud Print (Linux and Android)

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I have this same, but compound issue on Canon MF733cdw printer:

 

I am unable to print from either a pdf located on my MacBook Air hard drive, or via Google Cloud Print.  There was an error displayed: printer was not able to communicate with Google Cloud.  I unregistered the printer, but it will not allow me to re-register the printer to Google Cloud via any modus.  I cannot re-register the printer to Google Cloud via Chrome or the Remote User Interface via Safari.

 

I have reset the printer to factory settings after adjusting multiple settings on the Remote UI.  I am STILL unable to print pdf files with any kind of non-text-based notations on them.  ONLY pages with text-based information will print via any and all settings via MacOS Preview App.  This is new, as I was able to print non-text-based pdf files without any issues for the past 3 months up to this point.

 

I have since cleared all errors which appeared on the device screen, however, when attempting to print from MacOS Preview app, printing error #853 appears and my document will NOT PRINT.

 

The only way the document will print is if I use Adobe pdf, however, this affects image quality and I am unable to read very small type due to image distortion.  I have tried many adjustments utilizing most FAQ-based information and yet the issue persists.  I need my documents to print like they did before, this was why I spent hundreds of dollars on a professional grade office printer!

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Re: MF733Cdw giving #853 via Google Cloud Print (Linux and Android)

I am experiencing the same issue using a variety of Android Phones with a Canon MF632cdw. I've also registered the printer using google cloud print to no avail. Same issue occurs printing on pages like that mentioned in the OP. It does print other web or documents but not content such as food network recipies.

 

I believe it has to do with the two different ways Android handles print jobs. One using the default/built in print function, the other using a share function (PRINT Business app). Both can see the printer, but the default/built in function does not allow the print job to complete and results in error #853.

 

I updated the firmware on the printer to no avail. I can't find a solution anywhere. Please provide an update.

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