How To Fix Canon Pixma TS5320 Printer Offline?

Bring Canon Pixma TS5320 Printer Online

Is your Canon Pixma TS5320 printer status offline? Then there might be a breakdown in the connection between your printer and computer. Usually, a printer goes offline if it turns off while printing/scanning. So, check if your printer has been powered on and connected properly to your Windows computer. To troubleshoot the Canon Pixma TS5320 Printer Offline issue further, go through the steps given below.

Canon Pixma TS5320 Printer Offline

1

Disable Use Printer Offline

  • On your Windows computer, click the Start menu and type 'control panel' in the search panel.
  • Click to open Control Panel from the search result.
  • Next, click the Devices and Printers tab in the Control Panel window.
  • Give a right-click on your printer's icon and select the See what's printing option.
  • Clear all the pending print jobs and click the Printer tab at the top-left corner.
  • Deselect the Use Printer Offline option from the drop-down list.
  • Close the Control Panel window and try printing a test page to check if your Canon Pixma TS5320 Printer Offline status has been changed online.

2

Set printer as default

  • To begin with, open Control Panel and click the Devices and Printers tab.
  • Locate your printer's icon and check if there is a green tick mark on it. If you don't see the tick mark, right-click the printer icon.
  • Select the option Set as default printer in the pop-up menu to make your printer as the default printer on your computer.
  • This will make your printer stay online on your computer.

3

Restart Print Spooler

  • On your Windows computer, open the Run dialog box by pressing Windows + R.
  • Type 'services.msc' in the Run dialog box and hit the Enter key to open Windows Services.
  • In the Services window, locate the Print Spooler service.
  • Give a right-click on the Print Spooler service and select the Restart option.

Now, your Canon Pixma TS5320 Printer Offline issue should have resolved.