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I just looked at the manual and have no idea. That said, if the stack height is right it must be something to do with the pull rod. All the clutches I have worked on had push rods so I can't imagine how this would fail unless the pull rod is wearing. I do notice that in the photo you posted the spring looks loose. I don't have a 675 at home to look at mine so I've no idea whether that is normal. Doesn't look it.
 

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I misread your earlier post and thought you had measured the stack height. How many miles on the bike? If a lot, or hard use, then clutch plates wearing is the likely cause. As above, probably easier and cheaper to have a shop replace it unless you want to learn how to work on the bike. And buy tools.
 
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