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I was able to locate a bowl for the 106622F processor on E -Bay. You may be able to find a blade on E-Bay. From what I gather, there is no source for replacement parts, other than used parts. I hope this helps ! Good Luck....
Did you find a lid? I have a used one and would gladly send it to you for the cost of shipping from NH.
I warped the bowl for mine in the dishwasher and have since replaced it with a new food processor so would be happy to give away the useful parts (lid, pusher, blade, discs & carrier).
Try immersing the tube in super hot water. The plastic might expand just enough to let you slip out the blade. Since the tube is dishwasher safe, there should be no harm. A little soap in the water might help it slip out.
My mom gave me her Le Chef that had several cracks in the handel and also the place where the handel attaches to the bowel with a screw was broken. I Used Loctite super glue for the crackes in the handel and a loctite epoxy putty that can be molded into the shape needed to fix the place where the screw attaches the handel to the bowel. After the putty set I sanded it to refine its shape and matched the screw hole in the bowel with the handel then drilled a small polit hole in the handel. I slipped the handel into the slot in the bowl and attached it with the screw and now I have a good as new Le Chef.