I "solved" this problem by using a different printer setting. Instead of using what was offered via PlugnPlay, I manual did the "add printer" thing and used a driverless setting. It worked then. No idea why. But I thought I should post that in case it helps someone else.
I had a similar problem. Since eos uses CUPS for printing if you check cupsd (browse to http://localhost:631 is one way) you should see the printers that are installed. You can add/change/delete printers from this interface as well. Once I made some changes (deleted multiple installs of home printer) the standard printer window was updated.
I just ran into this on elementary OS 6.1, so the issue still remains 2.5 years after this question was asked.
One thing I noticed was that if I add my user to the lpadmin group then I can at least print. The printer still shows as Disabled in the System Settings Printers tool though.
To add yourself to the lpadmin group just do the following:
sudo adduser &...