A search using google and the product's manual didn't return anything for "Correcting" error message after printing.
But your description of the behavior, a "clicking" noise sounds like there is a mechanic problem or failure occurring.
Remnant foreign object from a paper jam, broken tooth, worn rollers or feed mechanism. Have you removed and reseated the toner?
I'd contact Canon support. This is a device specific error that they can probably help with.
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