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Will this model work also in Europe 220V voltage ?
asked by DVHar on May 14, 2013
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Looks like the usable voltage range is up to 240v. Check the canon site as well for the specs. But it looks like it will work. You might have to get an adapter for your plug however.
Alvin answered on May 14, 2013
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On checking the printer's tech label, it does indeed specify 110/220vac. The power cord supplied with the printer is for 110vac only. Check with Canon for other power supply cords.
Phil Weber answered on May 16, 2013
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Canon-Europe has launched the PIXMA Pro100 there so it would be a model set up for 220V.
Tooncesmom answered on May 14, 2013
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Since Canon chooses not to honor rebate offers or publish user manuals, it's a bit problematic. Common sense informs us that feeding this printer with 220vac will fry it. You will probably need to purchase a 220vac > 110vac stepdown transformer.
Phil Weber answered on May 15, 2013
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