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This sounds like the paper path guide that sends the copy by the drum modual and then to the fuser.
If the walls are stained yellow, they the "vains" plastic guides are broken and will cause paper jams. Also after the paper has been fed out of the fuser modual there are other plastic guides that might appear to be yellow in stains. these tips often break and will cause constant jams.
The door guide has to be replaces and the vertical transport may need replacing as well. You would need to get part numbers for this specific model and someone who knows how to dissasemble this machine.
End result, you may need to call Xerox for assistance.
Do not only lubricate metal shafts, but promptly lubricate the "pulleys" on the right and left side. the will look very similar to a wheek and pulley mechanism. The squeal happens when one "bar" connects two "wheels" and one side moves faster than the other.
There is a lock that has been hit and has the scan lamp locked.
Where to look is on the botom of the scanner. Look in where you remove the copies, on the bottom of the scanner you will see the only green part there, it is about 2 inches long and a half inch wide.
Turn the machine off, reach in and push the latch full IN, toward the back of the machine, then pull it our toward you until it snaps into place fully forward, It may be a little tight with it against the lamp carriage, but once you get it latched forward it will return to normal.
That latch is easy to hit when you are removing your copies from the tray.
That sounds more like the ribbon cable has some bad ends. remove the white ribbon cable from the board and see if some of the metal contacts are peeled back.
I have seen that problem a few times. The ends of that cable are not made to be taken out and in very many times.