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  • Ironically I was looking for the same non existent video earlier this week.

    I did start taking mine apart and the new clutch drum from eBay arrived yesterday.

    Your need to remove the top cover, fuel tank and cables, plus bolts below. From the reverse romove the gear cover, blades, gears and unscrew all bolts.  The whole engine should now come out revealing the clutch drum. Finally remove the half circular clip holding the clutch drum in within the gear casing. Then it should pull out and the new one slip in.

     

    Good luck, actually apart from striping most parts off its pretty straightforward. 

  • In these hedgecutters, there's usually a circlip inside the gearbox, where the shaft from the clutch drum passes through the bearing it runs on. Remove the circlip and the clutch drum/shaft should push out through the bearing.  Picture attached which shows circlip as "7"     As Gareth says, there's a lot of stuff to dismantle to get to this point which  I perhaps wrongly assumed you'd got to already............... it's all pretty logical but make a careful note of how you're dismantling everything................... take photos of every stage.... ideally lots............. so you can then refer to them for reassembly. "

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