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Wireless Printer Query - Help Please

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Crucigram | 22:10 Wed 22nd Jul 2020 | Technology
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I have a Canon MG4250 printer which has been successfully printing wirelessly from my iPad but not from my IPhone. Suddenly, inexplicably, the roles have reversed and I can now print from my iPhone but not my iPad.

My iPad recognises my printer and my printer is definitely connected to my WiFi but, when I try to print, a message appears on my iPad saying my printer is offline.

I have tried everything I can think of to reset my printer and iPad but nothing works.

Has anyone else experienced this problem and knows how to resolve it?

Suggestions welcome. Many thanks.

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Can't help but I'm having similar issues with an Epson, I'll be watching.
If your printer is AirPrint-enabled for printing from your Mac or iOS device, make sure it's connected to the same Wi-Fi network as the Mac or iOS device. If you still can't print, try these solutions: Restart your Wi-Fi router. ... Update your printer and Wi-Fi router with the latest firmware from the manufacturer.
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Thank you Ritajams. They are definitely connected to the same network and I have reset my router and printer several times. My iPad recognises the printer ok but the printer appears as offline when it clearly isn’t. However, I have no problem printing from my iPhone which is on the same network which I couldn’t do previously. It’s a mystery.

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