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    Is it possible to rebuild a carbon scrubber that's 2 years old? By that I mean can I remove the carbon and replace it with new carbon. Seems the one I have is not doing the job removing the smell from the "Critical "girl I've got going right now. I happen to love the smell, but others might not appreciate the aroma. Thanks.

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    I have seen youtube videos where people repack the filters. It makes sense to me, replace the material for fresher results..... however, I don't see how / where to take the lid off on the model of carbon filters that I use. That might be your challenge. Do look around online for a few videos, I know it can be done. Just have to make sure the seal is airtight when you close it back up.

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      I've heard of it being done too. My filter is held together with rivets so you just drill em out pull it apart replace the charcoal and rivet it back together. I don't know the cost of the charcoal and if you would save anything by doing it. I've never checked into it. I do take my filter out and rough it up a bit to move the charcoal around a bit and it seems to make it better for awhile. After doing it a couple times I have to replace it and I think it's time because when the pizza guy tells you your house smells better than the dispensary over the smell of the pizza I think it's not working
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        Bwahahaha, I hope you tipped him well.

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