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Only buy genuine Lexmark printer cartridges. If you go cheap & buy a generic refill, it will leak and gum up your printer. It will destroy your printer.
After getting the new cartridge, you simply pop out the old cartridge and pop in the new one.
many printer manufacturers put something (a chip?) in the circuit of the cartridge to prevent refilled ones from being recognized by the printer....when the "factory" cartridge is empty, the only way for the printer to see a full cartridge again is by using a "new" factory one, ...i guess it's the big name brands way of making sure you buy "their" ink and not use refulls.