Let $(\hat X,T^{1,0}\hat X)$ be a compact orientable CR embeddable three dimensional strongly pseudoconvex CR manifold, where $T^{1,0}\hat X$ is a CR structure on $\hat X$. Fix a point $p\in\hat X$ and take a global contact form $\hat\theta$ so that $\hat\theta$ is asymptotically flat near $p$. Then $(\hat X,T^{1,0}\hat X,\hat\theta )$ is a pseudohermitian $3$-manifold. Let $G_p\in C^\infty(\hat X\setminus\set{p})$, $G_p > 0$, with $G_p(x)\sim\vartheta(x,p)^{-2}$ near $p$, where $\vartheta(x,y)$ denotes the natural pseudohermitian distance on $\hat X$. Consider the new pseudohermitian $3$-manifold with a blow-up of contact form $(\hat X\setminus\set{p},T^{1,0}\hat X,G^2_p\hat\theta)$ and let $\Box_{b}$ denote the corresponding Kohn Laplacian on $\hat X\setminus\set{p}$.
In this paper, we prove that the weighted Kohn Laplacian $G^2_p\Box_b$ has closed range in $L^2$ with respect to the weighted volume form $G^2_p\hat\theta\wedge d\hat\theta$, and that the associated partial inverse and the Szeg\"{o} projection enjoy some regularity properties near $p$. As an application, we prove the existence of some special functions in the kernel of $\Box_{b}$ that grow at a specific rate at $p$. The existence of such functions provides an important ingredient for the proof of a positive mass theorem in 3-dimensional CR geometry by Cheng-Malchiodi-Yang \cite{CMY}.