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Hello everyone
I'm italian, im trying my best to explain the problem in english. So:

I have a 1979 Honda CB 400N bought few months ago. I started cleaning all aswell, including changing all the gaskets. I removed the right clutch carter to clean it and replace all the old gasket and the red gasket maker. When I reassembled everything, all was fine but the actuator clutch didnt disengages the clutch. All the parts seems to be ok. The bracket, the lever, the spring, everything has no broken/damaged parts. I also spent many hours to search it on videos and CMS parts lists.
I have many questions:
Did I miss the part that goes into the bearing to help the actuator to disengages the clutch? (This is not even my engine and motorcycle) Maybe the old owner lost it.
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The rod/clutch lifter has to be flat to the carter when in resting position?
If it has to be "flat", the position of the lever/arm seems to be right at eleven oclock, forced by the rod clutch lifter by the shape of the lever.
Those are some screen from a video I made to a friend to understand whats wrong
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I really cant understand whats wrong. I'll attach also a photo before the work, when the clutch was working, a lil bit hard but working.
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Thanks to everyone, I hope I was as clear as possible

Elia
 

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First, DO NOT use any silicone "red gasket maker" in/on this engine....Rubber or paper gaskets ONLY....
Shaft of lever in outer case may be worn out.....
 
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