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Until I get more information I'm taking no further action. The video on youtube seems straightforward but at the moment I'm having problems with compatable inks not being compatable.My printer has gone to the Epson repair centre.
Most printers do not have an internal fuse. Most of the times its the transformer in the power cord and that must be replaced. Assuming it did not get wet and that it did not get a voltage spike from a storm it may have just overheated. If it has a special connector on it such as a three prong when going into the printer it is sometimes cheaper to replace the printer then the cord itself.
Printing photos with Epson drains the cartridges alot faster than printing documents. The dpi settings for photos are much higher to get the photo quality. Blue is a base color that helps to mix to create some of the colors in the photos so this is normal with the Epson brand. Hope this helps.