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Confirm that the printer is still plugged into a working power outlet
try plugging this printer into a known verifiable working power outlet and then try powering it on
if it still doesn't power on I hate to say this but it would cost you more to get it repaired then for you to purchase new the current replacement model for the mx882 is the mx922(Amazon @ $99.00)
Sounds like the power outage was a power surge and destroyed your printer, especially if your printer was not plugged into a power surge protector strip. Check with others in your apartment to see if they experienced the same. If so, your landlord may be responsible and can put in a claim. If your printer is still under warranty, contact Canon. Also, check to see if this item is covered by tenant insurance, if you have coverage. Hope this helps.
1. Have you tried turning your printer power button off.... unplugging your printer open all the door cover and close them back.. plug your printer into another wall outlet....then turn it back on.... if it turns back on...(GREAT) 2. If it does not(TURN BACK ON).durning a power outage it can damage the main board in your printer...and if so you will need to have it serviced.....
I had the same problem after a resent power outage. Here's what fixed mine.
Turn the power switch off. Wait a 15-20 seconds While holding the button on the front panel down turn the power switch on. After the drum light comes on release the button wait then press the button again. Turn the machine off then back on again and you should be back in business.
To prevent the problem in the future if you are not using the printer turn it off and if the power goes off while printing get the printer turned off before the power comes back.
Is the printer connected? and switched on? (sorry for saying this but sometimes silly mistakes happen). Also is the switch on the printer turned ON? (maybe just the mains is ON). If it still does not work, u need to get your printer power assembly replaced.
You do not say your location- so this may not be relevant to you.
If in UK - check the power cord fuse.
If it is a model that relies on an external power supply- try to find anther of the same specification.
Other than that presume it has died