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How to Locate Your Canon Model Number
The nice thing about getting the model number for you Canon printer, scanner, copier, or fax machine is that it’s usually quite easy to locate. Start by searching for a 3 x 5 inch sticker on the back and sides of your machine. Don’t see it? Check under the lid. On many printers you can open up the printer as though you planned to replace the ink, and you should see the model number clearly. If for some odd reason there is no label to be found, then as a last resort you can print a test page and find the model number listed on the sheet.
NOTE: You are not looking for the serial number. Once you have found the sticker, you will see that there are a lot of numbers on the tag. The model number is usually clearly labeled and is often below the manufacturer logo.
Canon Knowledge Center
Currently, the only “parts” that we carry for Canon Office equipment are the toner cartridges, ink tanks, and ink cartridges. Nonetheless, if you need any help installing these then you will want to take a look at some of the resources that we have available for you below.
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Canon Replacement Parts by Category
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More Than 70 Years
Canon has been around for a long time! Many people don’t know that Canon started in Japan back in the mid 1930s when a small group of young dreamers were diligently working to create a high-quality camera that could compete with those coming from Germany.
Canon didn’t come to the U.S. until 1955, when it opened an office in New York City. A few years later they expanded into Europe and Canada. In 1970, they produced Japan’s first plain-paper copying machine, and have been in the printer and copying business ever since.
Canon is known for the high ideals of its philosophy. The company strives to resolve the imbalances of the world by “living and working together for the common good”.