10-08-2014 10:50 PM
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10-13-2014 11:33 AM
Thank you for your attention. I did call them. I bought my printer in Jan. 2013 and they told me it is out of warrant now. they did give me a local service number. I called and was told that I need to pay about 40 bucks for the repair estimate only. I may need to pay about 100 more bucks to repair. I am just wondering if it worths it?
03-25-2015 01:56 PM
Wehave the exact same issue! This STINKS!!! Canon, stand by your product!! All of these people telling you a part is defective and you do nothing. Our paper guide just up & snapped in half, untouched! It is defective. We called Customer Service. They won't sell you the part. They tell you to call in an authorized dealer.
Well, that will add about $100 to the cost of the thing. I do not think so!! Canon is not getting another penny of our money when they won't stand by their products. Buyer beware, this piece of junk will be useless to you once the defective part snaps and Canon will not care.
I am so disappointed. I really thought Canon was a quality company but this is a total ripoff.
05-27-2015 11:25 AM - edited 05-27-2015 11:33 AM
Same issue with MF4770n. Support team[CareCenter@cits.canon.com] does not know what it is by the picture.
According to [Canon Factory Service Center ], the replacement fee is over $100.
Poor design, disappointed!!!!!!