When printing from one particular document I am only having blank pages come through the printer, I have tried three different pages with the same result.
Meanwhile, I can print properly from other documents.
What do you get if you export to PDF?
Double-click on all layers in the document's Layers Panel and make sure that "Print Layer" is checked in all cases. You will have to do this page by page.
Also, just in case your content has been set to "non-printing" in the Attributes Panel, make sure that the option to "Print Non-printing Objects" is checked in the Print dialog window.
Are you having the same problem with any other documents? If it is just this document then try exporting the file as an IDML file (File>Export>InDesign Markup (IDML)) and then opening the IDML in your version of InDesign. Then save the document as a regular InDesign file. This process can remove some corruption from a file. Hopefully, that will fix the issue.
>> However, if I create a pdf it gets weird
What do you mean?
Just my IMHO here - never print anything from InDesign, print from it contains many bugs, that behaviour stores by decades of years. Do PDF and print this PDF.
Print from ID is helpful just for check some text by old aunt-corrector.
Did you reboot the printer?
Two things to try since it seems to be isolated to one file:
First, try an export to .idml. Open thast and save as a new .indd file. DO NOT Overwrite the existing file.
Second, if that is not successfull, select all the pages in the Pages in the Pages Panel, then, from the panel flyout menu select Move pages and move them to a new blank document (remove the extra blank page from the new file after moving). Save as a new .indd file. Again, don't overwrite the old file.
Give us package of this few pages through some dropbox or yadisk. May be some of us will check this file.