An IP that starts with 169 is incorrect, it means the printer is set to DHCP, but the DHCP server is not assigning the address, so it goes to the fallback 169 address (Source here)
So if that is the case, and you can plug in a Wired connection and all is well (IP probably then starts with 192 or 10) then the issue is the printer is not properly connecting to the WiFi router.
So set it up to connect to WiFi again, it clearly stopped working
I have a 3325.
Using Windows 10.
Has worked for months just fine (printing wirelessly), but for some reason, we can only print via ethernet.
Deleted print driver and re-installed Global Print Driver.
The IP address starts with 169
Never had this much trouble. Maybe I'm missing something.