If you change nothing printer side and redoing the driver solves the issue, I am fairly certain the issue is SNMP related.
Since you didn't specify Android or Mac I will assume Windows.
With that in mind, go to Start > Devices and Printers and right-click the printer and go to Printer Properties > Ports > Configure Port and disable the highlighted portion.
I won't even try to think about what is causing the issue with SNMP, typically though it is found to be a latency issue when the print driver is shared out from a server.
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