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I have a 93 rm125 and im trying to change the trans oil?

I have a 93 rm125 and im trying to change the trans/crankcase oil and for some reason my repair manual does not say where my drain plug is and i cant seem to locate it on this modle? can anyone help with this problem?

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It is under the crankcase (block)

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