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No! The material is impregnated with minute carbon granules which will have absorbed all the grease and moisture coming from the cooker, like little pieces of coke (smokeless fuel!!). If the filter is a cartridge type, a search on Google for the model may help. Search under "cooker extractor spares". If it's a cloth type, there are numerous cheap shop choices for universal filter material that you just trim to fit.
the manual i have says that the charcoal filters inside need changing about every 6 months. take out the grease filters then you should be able to turn it and take them out. you may not have these if the extractor vents to the outside. the grease filters can be cleaned with a neutral detergent and then put back in. Make sure the electric is off before you do any of this. Hope this makes sense and helps!