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It must have gotten a surge of electricity when the power came back on. Replace with new unit. Buy it with a visa card or master card and it doubles the manufacturer's warranty. they also have extended warranty, just call the number on the back of card.
Have you checked if there is any loose contact in cables ? Check the cables connectivity.
Remove the plug from the surge protector or wall jack and try connecting it to another location.
If none of this works, it could be a detective power adapter ( the black box ) on the power cable. See if you have spare one or can find one to diagnose and know if it is the power adapter issue or the printer is dead.
IF your printer is In Warranty, you should contact Canon Support as they can provide you replacement without charges.
plug in a light into surge protector and see if it works if not surge protector is bad or battery is shot if it has one!!i have numerous surge protectors that went bad try plugging printer into wall outlet and if working its surge protector!!!
While using my printer, it appeared to shut itself down. The power button did not work. I called Canon and the service rep instructed me to disconnect the power cord from both ends (from the printer and the outlet (for 5 to 10 minutes). When I reconnected the printer, the printer worked fine. The rep stated the machine will do this rather than become damaged from a power surge. Hope this helps.