I run a malfunction drill and get it back into the fight. Then I assess what happened (ammo, magazine, weapon?) and keep shooting. If it goes through 100 or so rounds without the same malfunction it stays where it is.
Clearing the malfunction is something that is not practiced nearly enough. Those who only accept 100% reliability from their carry gun still need to practice clearing malfunctions just like those of us who realize that it is a machine that can malfunction at any given time.