Find out everything you need to know about sending your product in for repair. This includes locating a Canon Service Centre, the steps to follow to arrange a repair and a selection of FAQ’s to help answer any queries that you may have.
In the first instance, we suggest that you refer to our consumer products support area which contains information that may be useful in helping you resolve your issue. After selecting your product, you will have access to frequently asked questions, user manuals, drivers, software and firmware downloads. There will also be other information that may be useful to you including how to contact Canon or a Canon Service Centre for telephone and email support.
In the event that you are unable to resolve your issue via these avenues and a product repair is necessary, please follow the process below. As there may be small local differences in the specific process per country, please check the support pages for your country of residence via our country selector.
1 - Locate your nearest Canon Service & Repair Centre or Authorised Service Partner
Please use our Canon Service Centre locator tool to find the details of your nearest Canon Service Centre. All Canon Authorised Service Partners are independent third party organisations and, as such, operate within their own terms of service (including fees/charges, turnaround times etc…). As these terms may vary to those used by the Canon Service & Repair Centres, please contact the relevant Authorised Service Partner for further details, prior to sending an item for repair.
2 - Please print and complete the standard Canon repair form to return with your product
This form will provide your chosen Canon Service Centre with all of the information required to investigate the issue with your product, to repair it if required, and to update you on the status of your repair. If you are unable to print the form, please confirm the same information in a letter which you should send with your product.
3 - Ensure that you include all necessary information with the product being returned
If you are claiming a warranty repair, it is necessary to also include a dated proof of purchase for your product. Canon Service Centres cannot provide warranty repairs without receipt of any applicable supporting documentation.
4 - Ensure that the product is securely packaged for transit
By sending an item to a Canon Service Centre, you are not entering into an agreement with Canon, therefore Canon will accept no liability for any loss or damage that occurs during transit. We recommend that your product is safely and securely packaged. Depending on the value of the product, you may also wish to consider insuring the shipment.
Please note that it is always possible for you to take a product in person to a Canon Service Centre.
Where a product has been sent to a Canon Service & Repair Centre:
Your product will be registered onto our repair system and an acknowledgement message will be sent to you to confirm receipt.
If you are claiming a warranty repair for your product, an initial investigation of the product and supporting documentation will take place in order to confirm that the warranty applies. If a warranty repair applies, your product will enter our standard repair process and, upon completion, the product will be dispatched to you or made available for collection.
If for any reason it is determined that a warranty repair is not applicable, you will be informed of this accordingly and a cost estimate (based on the estimated cost of any required spare parts and labour) will be provided. You will then have the opportunity to agree to this estimate, prior to any chargeable repair work commencing. If this estimate is rejected then, under certain circumstances, a handling fee may be applied. Please check with your chosen Canon Service & Repair Centre for further details, prior to sending your product for repair. Additionally, selected products may fall under our ‘fixed price repair scheme’. If applicable, and the fixed price offer is rejected, a charge to cover return shipping may be applied.
Where a product has been sent to an Authorised Service Partner:
TThe processes, fees, turnaround times etc… for Canon Authorised Service Partners will vary. For full details, please contact your selected Authorised Service Partners directly, prior to sending your product for repair.
PLEASE NOTE: The above information is provided for customer advice only and does not constitute an agreement of any kind between Canon and the customer. The specific terms and conditions of the Canon Service Centre will take precedence over all information provided on this page.
Please find a list of FAQ’s that can assist you if your product is in need of a repair.
Please note this information is only for Consumer Products Repair.
Q: How much will the repair cost?
A: Without a technical examination it is impossible to answer this question, please send your product to a Canon Service Centre for inspection.
Q: My product has developed a fault shortly after purchase, what are my options?
A: Canon will only repair your product under the terms and conditions of your warranty; alternatively you should contact your retailer for further assistance.
Q: My product is faulty, what are my options?
A: Canon provides a parts and labour warranty for 12 months from the date of purchase of your product. You will require proof of purchase to claim under your warranty. This does not affect your statutory rights as a consumer; alternatively please contact your retailer.
If your product was purchased from one of the Dixons Sales Group retailers (Currently Dixons, PC World, or Currys) and your product is still under warranty, and no accidental damage has been incurred, please refer back to the retailer where the unit was purchased for information on returning the printer to a Canon Service Centre.
Repairs are chargeable outside the manufacturer warranty period, please contact a Canon Service Centre for further assistance. All repairs are subject to the terms and conditions of your warranty.
Q: If my product is faulty, can it be exchanged under warranty?
A: Canon will only repair your product under the terms and conditions of your warranty. Please view the warranty terms and conditions page for more information.
Q: Can I hand in my product personally to a Canon Service Centre?
A: We generally recommend your product is sent to a Canon Service Centre by a delivery agent (for example, An Post). If you would like to deliver your product yourself, please contact an appropriate Canon Service Centredirectly for their opening times.
Q: I have an extended warranty called "MasterCare/ What Ever Happens" how do I obtain service under this scheme?
A: MasterCare/ What Ever Happens warranties are not issued by Canon. Refer to your retailer for information on contacting MasterCare directly.
Q: Who do I contact for a repair status?
A: You can track the status of your repair using the following website.
You will require your Repair Order Number which can be found on our confirmation letter or email.
Where a product has been sent to an Authorised Service Partner:
Please contact the Authorised Service Partner that you returned your product to for repair.
Before you send your unit into one of our Authorised Service Partners, please complete this form and send it together with your product. The details will enable your chosen Authorised Service Partner to process your repair as quickly as possible. Individual Authorised Service Partner repair processes & any applicable fees will vary.
For full details regarding a specific Authorised Service Partners repair requirements, along with any applicable terms & conditions, please contact your selected Authorised Service Partner directly, prior to sending your product.