Canon printer not working [ cause and solution ]

Canon printer is widely used in all over the world and not even the canon printer all the canon product are amazing and service of the support team is really good.
Problem with the solution:
1. Printing takes too long:
For any user, the worst experience is when the printer does not perform properly and takes way too long to print. Slow print time can be caused by a high-resolution setting, a memory issue, and/or choice of drivers.
High-resolution images want more data for your PC and printer to process, which can cause slow print times. If gallery quality isn’t of prime importance, then simply select draft, standard or normal mode for office documents. For presentations or formal pieces switch your setting back to high-quality. If you want to process large files with complex images is part of your regular workflow, this can be resolved by extending your memory size.
Selecting simplex mode instead of two sided printing can considerably fasten the printing time. This method consumes more paper but is very effective especially when you can’t compromise with either quality or speed of print.
Your driver can determine speed outcome, too. High-end lasers and even some inkjets are available with a choice of drivers including PostScript, PCL and/or the manufacturer’s host-based driver. PCL and PostScript are both are useful like PCL is best for faster office printing and PostScript is better for graphics intensive applications and industries.

2. Paper jams:
Slowly paced printing is a big headache, but it pales in comparison to the biggest of all printing problems - The Paper Jam.
The User Guide or control panel instructions should walk you through this easily enough. Some Canon printers provide video assistance and lighted interiors to make jam clearance a snap. Start by inspecting the paper path and remove any jammed material, being careful to take out any stuck paper straight —and above all—not tearing it. If it’s caught between rollers, follow the guide on how to release the pressure.
If it’s a misaligned paper that caused the jam, remove the tray to make sure the paper is positioned correctly and reseat the tray. Sometimes there may be no miss fed sheet at all; in which case the stack tray shall be checked to see that all the papers are squared properly.
As a rule, you should always make sure the type of paper being printed is supported by your printer. And always use dry paper avoid moisture that can make printing difficult