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Please use the steps HERE to try and print the network settings page directly from the printer. Once it prints, check the following:
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If they are not correct or missing, you will need to reconnect your printer to your network. Please click HERE and scroll down to the wireless help option. This will provide you with different options to connect the printer back to your network.
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I've already disconnected and reconnected the network. Yes, all of those things that you listed are correct. Ip address starts with 192, signal strength is 49%. I'm going to try a factory reset, because right now this thing is a $50 paper weight.
I have tried all of your suggestions, and finally reset my printer to factory. After two days of trying to find how to reconnect the wifi on the canon site, I finally gave up and googled it. This provided me with the answer. I am now back to square one. Printer on, connected to wifi, gives an error when I try to print.
07/31/2023: New firmware updates are available.
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04/20/2023: New firmware version 1.4.1 is available for EOS R3
03/30/2023: New firmware updates are available.
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