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Have undone the screws of the Freeplay 360, but unable to remove the back, why ?

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Remove the other screw behind the black lable then you will be able to undo the back cover

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To set the clutch free play, you need to do the entire clutch adjustment or things just don't work correctly.

Follow the clutch cable about halfway down and you'll find a rubber bellows type cover that protects the clutch cable adjuster. Move this cover up or down, loosen the locknut, and adjust the adjuster inwards to gain a good deal of slack in the cable.

Now, remove the primary cover. In the center of the clutch, loosen the lock nut. Now turn the adjuster inwards JUST UNTIL YOU FEEL A RESISTANCE. DO NOT FORCE THE SCREW. If you need to, back the screw out and then go back inward until you feel the resistance. Once you feel the resistance, back the screw back outward 1/2 turn. Lock the locknut and replace the derby cover.

Now, go back to the clutch cable adjuster and adjuster the adjuster outwards until you have 1/8" freeplay. Work the clutch several time and recheck the freeplay. When finished, lock the locknut and replace the bellows type cover.

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Now, remove the cover from the clutch release mechanism on the primary cover. Remove the spring and the locknut. Inside you'll see a slotted adjuster screw. Turn the adjuster counterclockwise as far as it will go. Then back up clockwise 1/2 turn. Reinstall the locknut and the spring, then the cover.

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