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I need help! I installed a new router and now I cannot print to my Canon 620 wireless printer. I assum that's the problem because everything was fine until then. Any ideas for a fix?
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This is the wrong place to post this.

Post that here----->> Airport, Networking and Wireless Technology - Mac-Forums.com
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I need help! I installed a new router and now I cannot print to my Canon 620 wireless printer. I assum that's the problem because everything was fine until then. Any ideas for a fix?
Hi Tammy Welcome to the Forum. You also need to give us more info - what OS are you on and what breed is the router and did u set it up and have you been into Sys Prefs > Print & Fax to select it?
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I need help! I installed a new router and now I cannot print to my Canon 620 wireless printer. I assum that's the problem because everything was fine until then. Any ideas for a fix?
Hi:

You need to re-install the wireless Canon software and let it go through the setup wizard again. The reason your Canon won't print is that the new router is probably generating a different IP address - your printer is setup on the old one. Additionally, if you were using any form of wireless encryption, that too will have to be re-established.

The best thing to do is as I suggested above and that is to re-install your Canon printer and software. That should take care of it.

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