For you NO!!!!!! I don't recommend it. Best to send them to Carter for repair as long as you have a back up release and don't mind being without your release for 6-8 weeks.
Unless your impatient and curious like me then you take it apart and then the springs go BOING across the family room and then you have to crawl around on your floor with a flashlight digging in the carpet looking for the little 125 pd spring that you heard ricochet off the wall ceiling plant TV wall
I don't recommend taking the release apart either!
Carter Releases are the finest releases on the market and they have a very excellent Repair System. My Targetmaster started to malfunction. I called Carter to find out how much the repairs would cost and to get a RMA number.
They were extremely helpful, they gave me the number and I rushed to the post office. I had my release back in less than 3 weeks and the repairs were done for free under warranty.
I use that release every day for at least 2 hours, so it has a lot of shots thru it. It has never given me a bit of trouble since it was repaired.
Do yourself a favor and send it in to the Professionals to be repaired!!!!!!!
A while back you had posted about cleaning/maintaining your Carter. The replies were good and they did mention that opening your release voids the warrenty. Just use canned air and blow it into the spaces you can see and don't be careless with it your release.
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