When an output device puts a certain color cast on an image - whether an LED screen or a color printer - it can sometimes help to increase/boost the intensity of the exact opposite colors, rather than reducing the offending color. (Note that some color casts won’t go away at all because the output device is technically incapable of outputting a certain color channel properly - this may be the problem with this particular printer)
For example, if there is a blue cast in RGB ( = Too much of Blue, too little of Red and Green), you can try messing with the contrast/luminance/gamma/saturation/pedestal of the Red and Green Channels, while leaving Blue as it is. Try boosting the luminance/intensity/gamma and similar of both the Red and Green images by say 15%, and see if your cast is still there.
Note that RGB color channels have different intensities from each other because of the way the human eye sees.
For example, the average luminance of an RGB image = 0.3 x Red Value + 0.6 x Green Value + 0.1 x Blue Value.
So when you adjust the Red and Green channels to try to loose your Blue cast, Red and Green need to be adjusted to different extents (one 2 x times as much as the other) or you mess up your color balance.
Another thing you can try is to extract only the Blue Channel image from your render, and in Photoshop, layer-add/subtract/multiply a bit of that Blue Channel to the Red and Green channels of the image. Or in reverse, try adding/subtracting a bit of the Red and Green channels from the Blue channel.
This is stuff best done with scripting/code, but basically, if you can get separate Red/Green/Blue images out of your render, there is a chance that adding/subtracting a bit of that Blue image from/to your Red and Green images, or doing the opposite, and putting the RGB channels back together as one RGB image may kill your blue cast.
But if this is something caused specifically during printing by the way the color toner or image processor or paper used in this particular laser printer works, the best you might get is a slightly less horrible cast.