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Hi mvishwajit.

perhaps you need to buy a new Cartridge for the printing device. if you want to avoid that try turning off the device for a couple of minutes, if that shows the same blue problem, i think the best solution is you should bring the device to the electronic shop you bought along with your receipt. they should repair it for you.

i hope this helps, good luck!

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