There is a very tiny possibility that you can call the IRS and get them to turn off the direct deposit indicator. That way, they mail a check to start with.
From the Internal Revenue Manual (Meaning YES, there is a way):
Regardless of the 21 day time frame, if the taxpayer is calling in an attempt to stop a direct deposit due to an error/issue they identified with the bank account and want to flip the direct deposit to a paper check (TC 971 AC 850), follow procedures in IRM 18.104.22.168.7 (3), Direct Deposits - General Information. Remember to check for Refund Advance Product (RAL/RAC) indicators.
If a taxpayer files their tax return and requests a direct deposit of their refund, but later determines the return contained an incorrect routing transit number, account number or account is closed, the direct deposit may be stopped by inputting TC 971 AC 850. This action must be done prior to the posting of the return (TC 150) on CC IMFOLT, unless a freeze condition is holding the refund (see below). Input of a TC 971 AC 850 will result in the issuance of a paper refund check to the address shown on the taxpayer's tax return. If the return has posted, the direct deposit refund cannot be prevented by input of TC 971 AC 850, UNLESS the refund is frozen (e.g., -R, P- freeze, etc). In the case of a freeze condition, the TC 971 AC 850 must post before, or in the same cycle as the refund. See IRM 22.214.171.124.7.1, Direct Deposit of Refunds, for further guidance.