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The printer has a wireless indicator light on the front panel. When it's connected to
wi-fi, it's solid blue. What's your light doing?
OK. Take a look at the attachment. The indicator is just to the left of the printer display
where you see the 3 vertical icons.
Thanks. Yes, I'll try to help you get the wi-fi going. We first need to make sure the radio is on.
On the display use the right arrow to scroll and select Network
Touch Wireless>Wireless Radio and make sure it is set to ON
On the printer display panel
use the right arrow to scroll and select Network
When the radio is on the indicator light should start blinking. If it goes solid blue it means it's connected
to the wireless.
From the printer display select Network>>Wireless>>Wireless Setup Wizard
You'll see your wireless network listed. Select it and enter your wireless password.
Do not use WPS.
Go back and let the wizard search for wireless networks.
Printed what? Is the wireless light solid blue now?
Is the printer connected to your Mac with a USB cable?
Shut the printer off and unplug your router for 60 seconds.
Plug the router back in (but leave the printer off) and allow the router
2 minutes to fully start up.
Turn the printer on and keep an eye on the wireless light.
If it still doesn't come on,
on the printer display go to Network>>Wireless
Make sure the radio is turned on and then run
the wireless setup wizard.
Nothing is going to happen until that wireless radio is working.
On the panel select Network>>Wireless>Wireless Radio
that's where you turn it off and on.
If you can't get the radio to turn on you'll need to get a new printer
as the repair would cost as much, or close to it, as a one.