Sweet32 is probably not a problem for common usage of a printer. To cite from Sweet32: Birthday attacks on 64-bit block ciphers..:
We show that a network attacker who can monitor a long-lived Triple-DES HTTPS connection between a web browser and a website can recover secure HTTP cookies by capturing around 785 GB of traffic.
It is very unlikely that such amount of data will be transferred within a single long-lived HTTPS connection to the printer.
Couldnt find any option in settings to disable TLS .
Using a plain connection to the printer (i.e. HTTP over TLS (HTTPS) vs. HTTP) is even less secure than using TLS 1.0. If you mean instead that the use of TLS 1.0 vs. TLS 1.2 is a problem when using the printer (unlikely for most use cases) then you should contact your vendor and check for firmware updates.