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Topic: How to Setup Canon PIXMA MG3620 Wireless Printer?

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How to Setup Canon PIXMA MG3620 Wireless Printer?

Setting up a Canon PIXMA MG3620 wireless printer requires you to get through a couple of steps, including installation of drivers, turning off the wireless button on the printer. But when you get through the Canon Pixma MG3620 Wireless Setup, follow the steps to take care of a few things before getting into wireless connection:

  • You must know both the SSID or username and password of WiFi to connect your printer to a wireless network. 
  • Make sure to check all the connected wires are firmly inserted. 
  • Ensure the WiFi connection is proper. 

After follow-ups, install the drivers and connect Canon MG3620 printer to WiFi network. If any help is needed, you can contact an expert who can guide you with manual assistance. 


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Make sure that the printer is turned on.

Press and hold the [Wi-Fi ] button on the top of the printer until the orange alarm lamp flashes once and then release it.

Make sure that the Wi-Fi button starts to flash blue and then go to your access point and press the [WPS] button within 2 minutes.

For exact details regarding pressing the WPS button, please refer to the access point manual.

The blue Wi-Fi lamp on the printer will continue flash while searching for, or connecting to the access point. During the setup the green power lamp will also start to flash. When the printer has successfully made a connection to your wireless network, the blue and green lamps will stop flashing and remain lit.

To confirm that your printer is successfully connected to your wireless network, you can print out the network settings of your printer if you wish:

Make sure that your printer is turned on.

Load a sheet of A4 or Letter-sized plain paper.

Press and hold the [Cancel] button until the orange alarm lamp flashes 15 times and then release it. The network information page will be printed.

When referring to the printout, check that the “Connection” indicates “Active” and that the SSID -Service Set Identifier (or the name of your wireless network) indicates the correct name of your wireless network.

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