That would depend on what's wrong with it. Is it a paper feeding problem? A problem with the ink?
I had a Lexmark printer several years ago that was a piece of pure rubbish. I had mental images of drop kicking it out the door. It took the paper crooked and spit out skewed images no matter what you did to it.
Now that Lexmark is owned by Hewlett Packard I think maybe their products have improved. I like HP very much and have had good luck with their products.