£50 off Canon PIXMA MG5750 inkjet printer - £49.99 @ Curry's (with code)
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£50 off Canon PIXMA MG5750 inkjet printer - £49.99 @ Curry's (with code)

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Found 13th Dec 2017
Use code PIX50 at checkout. Free delivery too. Gets good reviews and is AirPrint compatible.
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Good printer. Only issue i have is the paper collection tray at the front isn't long enough to hold the paper after printing so paper falls off
This was 49.99 last week, careful fake sale I think
TAZMANUK8 m ago

This was 49.99 last week, careful fake sale I think


Yep, it's normally this price, but went up a few days ago.

Anyway, beware paper feed errors...it's terrible for them apparently.
I paid this price a year ago. Great printer but the price is not quite a hot deal as you may think
I got this printer since my canon 5250 died, only downfall is you can't push in the paper tray the flap is always down
bought this two weeks ago for 49.99,price dropped to 44.99 two days later,currry's refunded me a fiver
If it's anything like my last Canon printer it will waste a huge amount of ink running cleaning cycles then fill up the sponge it uses to wipe the heads. This disables the printer, is very hard to self - repair and costs more than a new one to have fixed.
targaid4 m ago

If it's anything like my last Canon printer it will waste a huge amount of …If it's anything like my last Canon printer it will waste a huge amount of ink running cleaning cycles then fill up the sponge it uses to wipe the heads. This disables the printer, is very hard to self - repair and costs more than a new one to have fixed.



Think you're confusing Canon for Epson. What you described is exactly what Epsons do.
I had an MG6450 which looks identical to this one - it was a fantastic printer until it died (and i still have loads of replacement cartridges for it!)
Replaced it with a HP 7612 (A3) printer and i dont like it nearly as much
118luke4 h, 39 m ago

Think you're confusing Canon for Epson. What you described is exactly what …Think you're confusing Canon for Epson. What you described is exactly what Epsons do.


No, my MG7550 would run a full cleaning cycle every time you turned it on. It both chewed through ink and took ages. We ended up just keeping it on in standby.

Ironically it's now sat in a corner with blocked print heads, which cost more than the printer is worth to replace. It did see a lot of use tho.
118luke14th Dec

Think you're confusing Canon for Epson. What you described is exactly what …Think you're confusing Canon for Epson. What you described is exactly what Epsons do.


No, I'm quite aware of which brands of printer I use, thank you. Epsons may also do it, but I've never owned one.

I'm a very light user and I didn't even get through an entire ream of paper before this one packed up because the sponge pad is saturated.
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