Re: canon pixma mp220 takes in the paper all right
I'm 99 percent sure that you need new rollers. you can get these on canon's website or go onto ebay. there are quite a few kits there. the best stuff i've found is at http://www.precisionroller.com so check them out first.
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I don't think you need to go into a simulation mode. Chances are there are bits of paper that got ripped when you removed the jam. Take a look at the control panel to see where the MFP thinks the jam is still located and start there. If you can't clear it than call your servicing dealer.
The last resource is the certified repair centre from Canon. Look for the one in the manual or on the printer.
When the cause is not a paper jam, you won't be able to solve it yourself. Could be a sensor, a cab;e or even the logic board, But impossible to tell you what from a distance. Sorry.
It means one of the sensors did not send a movement of paper, when needed. Could be a sheet of paper, a scrap of paper, but sometimes something just dropped into the printer, like a paper clip. So carefully look (with a torch or other bright light) if you can find anything where the paper should go. also open and close the printer as if you replace cartridges an see if you can find anything that does not belong in a printer.
If you can't find a thing and when you unplugged the printer from the mains for a few seconds. and then switched it on and the error keeps coming back, contact a service centre or buy a new printer.
It could be a few different reasons the printer is jamming.
The pickup rollers could be worn;
There could be an obstruction in the paper path
the fuser could be bad
It all depends really on where the unit is jamming (Ie where you have to take the paper out from)
If the copier starts to work, and then gets an error but no paper travels into the unit the pickup rollers are the likely culprit.
If the paper stops somewhere in the middle of the copier, then an obstruction within the paper path must exist or some other internal failure.
IF the paper jams at or in the fuser then yes the fuser is the problem.
Hopefully this helps and feel free to add another comment with more info or questions :)