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there is an error in the rotation of the fixing film.
check the fixing film sensor and make sure that all the wiring and the connectors are connected securely.
if it persists, consider replacing the fuser fixing film
The tuck tuck sound is sound of paper pick up claw in pick up mechanism of second paper drower.The case is that the pick up clow is worn out and may be broken, so you need to replace it.To replace it you must remove complete pick up unit from the right side of copier, if you are not service technician do not do it by yourself it could be complicated if you do not know exact schedulle of parts and what does it doing.
First make sure a tech's installed the Canon Network Multi-PDL Printer Kit for the IR3300 (includes network kit and BOOT-ROM).
When you press the counter check button do you see IR3300(IR2200N)? If not then you don't have the printer kit installed.
If you have the print kit installed, the print drivers can be downloaded from the Canon website. You'll need to have your copier on your network.
You could then setup a local printer using a tcp/ip port (assign your copier a static IP address) on your server and then share it on your network.