Setting up your Canon MaxifyMB5020 printer is very simple if you follow the quick steps given on our site. The printer comes with a color touchscreen panel and Auto Document Feeder (ADF). It supports wireless printing, copying, scanning, and faxing, and you can access it remotely from wireless-enabled devices over a network. If you are going to configure Canon MAXIFY MB5020 setup for the first time, follow these steps.
You can download the Canon MAXIFY MB5020 printer driver on your computer by clicking the Driver Download button available on this page. Alternatively, download it directly from the official Canon MAXIFY MB5020 setup site. Make sure to download the full-featured driver to access all the printer functionalities.
Wi-Fi Setup using the WPS Push button method:
Replacing the ink cartridges on your Canon MAXIFY MB5020 printer is advised only when the cartridges are running out of ink.
Replacing a print head is very easy if you follow the quick steps given below. Before replacing the Canon MAXIFY MB5020 print head, check for clogged nozzles. You can check if by printing a nozzle check pattern using the printer's operational panel. To do so, follow the below-mentioned steps.
Steps to replace the Canon MAXIFY MB5020 print head:
To perform the scan to email function, connect the printer to the computer using a standard USB cable or wireless network.
To scan and send the scan copy to the connected computer, follow these steps.
Troubleshooting the Canon MAXIFY MB5020 setup printer is very simple if you could identify the errors displayed on the printer and the causes. Some common printer problems like paper jams, offline printer, and ink issues are due to incomplete installation or improper maintenance of the printer. If you are facing troubles in troubleshooting the printer, contact our technical support team for remote assistance.
If you are getting the 'Printer Status Offline' message on your Windows computer, check whether you have properly connected the Canon MAXIFY MB5020 printer to the computer.
Make sure that your Canon printer is not in the sleep mode. If the problem persists, use the following troubleshooting steps.
Method 1: Check the printer status
Method 2: Restart the Print Spooler service
Paper Jams are common in most of the printers. If your Canon MAXIFY MB5020 printer displays the 'Paper Jam' error, follow these steps to fix it.
Resetting the Canon MAXIFY MB5020 printer to factory defaults will erase all the configured settings and restore them to the factory defaults. However, performing a hard reset will clear the error message and fix the printer's problems. To perform a hard reset, follow these steps.