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take the paper out and try to print something, but look down in where the paper is fed into the printer. Make sure all the wheels are spinning. If they aren't, then thats your problem. If they are working, then make sure nothing is blocking the one side of the paper.
It sounds like the feed tire is dirty, OR the feed clutch has sprung. Remove the paper tray On the right side of the copier where you feed the single sheet, you pull down the door. This exposes a fat gray or black feed roller. Take a clean dry towel and dampen it with wd 40. Gently wipe the roller with the cloth turning the roller toward the paper exit direction. Let the WD 40 soak in for ten minutes, replace the paper tray and try to make a copy. If it does, you need a feed roller which will rquire a service cal/take it in. If still no feed the 'clicking' may be a sprung clutch, service call required.
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Sometimes paper jams (and iron on jams) can cause the paper (or iron on) to get stuck in areas that are not visible to you, usually on the sides of where the paper would go. I don't know the specifics of your particular printer, but I would take a look at the guides on the side of the paper path and there are usually several screws that you can remove or loosen so that you can verify that the paper path is clear. Hope this helps and good luck!
If there is nothing extra inside, like paper clips, candy, push pins, the roller that feeds the paper may be broken. Feel the rubber roller in the back that pulls paper in, if it flops up and down at all the end may be broken off and a dealer would need to replace it. Look real close with a flashlight and small mirror and see if something has fallen in where the paper goes.
something seems to be wrong with the rollers that pull the paper thru. probably one side pulls faster that the other or the other does not pull at all. I recomend you take the printer and get it repaired at the service.