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go to a store that sells the item and ask who the registered warranty repairer for it. Then contact that lot and ask if the parts are available. If you go on line directly to the manufacturer of the item there will be a spare parts section with a pdf download of the parts that you can order on line.
The shaft has probably siezed at the bottom near the blade. The seal can fail and let liquid inside the shaft and gunge it up.
Take the orange handle apart, then unscrew the four steel pins, then pull out the motor. From the blade end, take the screw from the blade and prize it off. Then pull the shaft out from the top and clean it. It may be stuck - push a blunt nail or similar in the bottom to free it. Clean the shaft and solidified debris inside the tube. Then reassemble carefully.