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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.
if both fan and light have quit working then you have an electrical supply problem. start with checking for thrown breakers in the breaker panel. if none are tripped then you have a broken wire or a wire no longer making a good connection. try twisting the wire nuts tighter were it wires in above it
Firstly operate extractor normally,hold a piece of A4 paper on the underside of fan and see how it holds it on the different speeds.Then if you can remove the charcoal filters then operate as before and compare the difference between the suction,this should tell you if it is the charcoal filters or a blockage in the pipe.