I have the exact same problem. Until last night it worked perfectly, and when it ran out of paper, I put more papers in the back of the printer correctly and since then it won't print, it pulls paper to the right and the paper jams. I tooked the printer to the service and they say that I'm lucky that the warranty did not expired yet, cause the problem is a "manufacturing mistake", and that they will take it to the Canon service.
I realy hope they will do the job. I'm expecting to repair be done till tomorow.
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Sounds like an obstruction on the right hand side of the feed mechanism. All-in-ones are a pig to find these - I've had one HP almost completely stripped before I found a chad of plastic stuck in a corner. Nine times out of ten it's a torn corner of the first bit of paper to get chewed jammed in the feed slot.
Check the machine carefully, sometins a small sliver of paper is caught in a critical place in the printer and will give the paper jam message. If you paper is being torn it is most likely due to an uneven feed caused by feed wheels that are slipping on one side while the other side still feeds normally. Clean all the feed wheels in the paper path with a Q tip soaked in Isopropil Alcohol. Also make sure that your paper guides are set to the correct widths.
Check the feed rollers, (IF you do a alot of printing), the feed rollers are slick with paper dust, and are causing the jam, You can clean tyhem by taking out the paper, and clean the roller with a cloth rag and some 409 cleaner. scrub the feed roller to remove the paper dust, then let the rollers dry, then re load paper and begin printng
I have discovered that my problem was a one inch nail which had at some time been dropped into the paper feed slot. It could not be seen from the outside of the printer and was only discovered when I removed the side trim and top cover. When closely inspecting the nylon roller system that feeds the paper out, I saw a tiny piece of metal that looked out of place. Further probing then loosened the nail back to the paper input area.
My printer is now back in full operating condition after spending a couple of careful hours finding out how to remove the trim.
A well worth while exercise in my case.