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I don't have the instruction manual for my blender and I took it apart to wash it and now I don't know if the rubber washer goes inside the blade or outside. Please help me. Thanks Mita

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  • MICHAEL MULRYAN Feb 11, 2012

    PLACE THE RUBBER GASKET INSIDE THE RING,THEN PLACE THE BLADE ON TOP,AND SCREW IT IN PLACE. TEST IT ADDING A LITTLE WATER. ENOUGH TO WATCH IF IT LEAKS.

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The washer lines up exactly with the bottom outside of the blender jar. This is a sort of generic assembly manual for the Hamilton Beach blenders:
http://useandcares.hamiltonbeach.com/files/840164501.pdf

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