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Shimano lx m569 shifter assembly diagrams

Shimano lx 8spd m569 shifter assembly .Has anybody got any diagrams/assembly instructions for above shifters. LH shifter (fr Chainrings) won't shift from middle to outer ring.Hoping to do a reassemble/adjustment if possible. Any clues?

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  • wkarric1 Sep 16, 2010

    i have a shimano shifter diagram so i can put it back togather.

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