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Confirm entry point for "gear" oil gc 125 honda

Hi new to motorbike servicing,and no spare money, I have a honda gc125 2k miles and burning smell from left lower side-gear casing cant find anywhere in service manual to confirm where to put the gear oil- not the engine oil which is well covered is the entry point sloted nut on the top of gear casing?

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The gear oil is the engine oil kept in the sump at th bottom of the engine

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