Whenever there is an OS update on a Mac it is always wise to re-install the printer driver. Try that and see if that resolves your problem.
If it was a major update, such as macOS 12 to macOS 13, check that you are using the latest driver as well.
If you go to System Settings->Printers and Scanners and select Options for your printer do you see a screen smiler to this:
Version 3.0 is what you should see.
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Is it a particular software that is giving the problem? If you run a nozzle check do all the inks print OK?
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