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I have an old commercial blender and I took it apart to clean it, the washers fell apart and I bought new rubber ones I had to cut to fit but I can't remember the order of rubber washers and metal one. I think-1 rubber 1metal outside and 1 metal, 1 rubber & 1 metal inside. dose that sound correct? Maj-Lis

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