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Oil pumps are normally driven by either a gear fixed onto the crank, driving a pump shaft at right angles to it, or by a gear driven by the sprocket, there will be a pick up pipe and filter in the oil tank, if you can get at the filter through the oil filler hole then remove and clean it, if not try flushiong the tank out with a suitable cleaning fluid, if this does not help it may be a gear stipped on the pump shaft, to get to this you will need to remove the clutch and sprocket.

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