Broken, go buy an HP
If the problem is on the cartridge (as in your rather vague question) change the cartridge. You need to give more details for a specific answer.
No, it all depends on your printer, what will fit and what won't.
Yes! Lexmark printer cartridges are absolutely recyclable! Lexmark is one of the leaders in the cartridge recyclable industry! Not only can you recycle the cartridge but you can also recycle the printer too.
Yes, you can refill the lexmark black toner cartridge in your printer.
One can find out if a cartridge and a Lexmark printer are compatible with each other reading the instructions on a cartridge. It should say on there which printers they are compatible with. One can also check the Lexmark website and each printer will have it's own information listing what cartridges can be used.
The Lexmark 1200 takes a black cartridge and a color cartridge. The black cartridge that the Lexmark 1200 uses is or 16 and 17 cartridge, with the 17 cartridge being the moderate use cartridge. The color cartridge required by the printer is the 26 or 27 cartridge, with the 27 cartridge being a moderate use cartridge as well.
I have only tried putting a Lexmark cartridge into a dell series 5 printer but it does not work. The electronics do not match and the printer rejected it.
Lexmark X1150 printer uses #16 and #17 for Mono and #26 and #27 for Color.
The Lexmark brand of black ink cartridge is on average about 25 dollars across most of their brands. A color cartridge can run as high at 35 dollars for the Lexmark brands.
Lexmark printer cartridges are often encoded to stop working after a certain number of sheets. A reputable ink refill store can reset the cartridge so that it can be used.
If you need to know how to install your printer cartridges you can go to your owners manual for instructions. If not you can go to the Lexmark website for help.