With, I presume, no change?
Then if so, you may need to remove the fuser again, and carefully look all around its area. Straighten out anything that even *might* be out of place. Look to both sides of the fuser (both sides, in the sense of farther up the paper path, and farther down the paper path where the paper exit would be.)
If the paper was stuck *IN* the fuser, then look into the fuser unit also. See that nothing is jammed up in there, no swinging switch stuck in the wrong position, or jammed back into the fuser and thus *not* swinging freely into the path the paper takes through the fuser, etc.
Be sure when handling the fuser, to let it cool off some first, for five minutes, after turning Off the power and unplugging the printer for safety.
And once examined, replace the fuser in place carefully and correctly.