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Please check the entire length of the paper feed path from input to output for a small piece of paper that is stuck causing a "Paper Jam".
You are lucky that you can still print manually as this usually shuts a printer down until the jam is found and removed!
Sounds like a faulty sensor. Buy a can of compressed air blow it throughout the printer. Sometimes toner dust sits on the sensors giving a false reading. If after this you still get an error you're going to need a printer engineer!