Hoping someone can figure this problem out - a sheet of paper went through my Canon MF216n printer and as it finished printing, it came out ripped. The other portion of the piece was underneath the toner and I was able to pull some of it out. However, the remainder is wedged underneath the are right before it curves above the roller bar in printing. I can see the edge of it and tried using tweezers but can't get a good enough grip of it as most of it is underneath the metal area prior to the roller bar. It's just over the warranty and I can't replace it at this time so I'm really hoping someone has ideas for a fix! The model doesn't have a rear door. The manual only shows lifting the toner area as I've done. I've attached two photos. One is of the area in general and the other a zoomed-in version. The highlighted "A" is the edge of the paper, and "B" is showing it underneath the metal area. Let me know if you need more information. Thank you!