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Washing Lower Portion Allowed?

Can't find the manual. Wife brought it to me nearly frozen, was able to loosen it up by pouring small portion of canola oil down the shaft. I suspect from the construction that this removable part is supposed to be able to go in the dishwasher or water in the sink to prevent this problem in the future. Does anyone have the manual so they can tell me for sure? Thanks.

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I have a stick blender... not the same make, but I put the removable stem in the dishwasher without consequence.

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