A few weeksago I had the clutch apart and made a picture of it.
Obviously you will have to take off the kick starter and the cranck case cover,a new cranck case gasket could be nice to have handy.
On the clutch you will have to remove the 4 bolts that hold the clutch springs and you can slide out the clutch plates to inspect/replace them.
There is no need to remove the small bolt that you see in the middle of the clutch.
Maybe the clutch springs need replacement, I would not know.
Take care to put everything back together in the proper order.
More pictures in this thread: https://tw200forum.com/index.php?/top...swing-stretch/
My clutch is still fine after more than 70,000 km. Sometimes the lack of use/milage can cause more wear then regular riding the bike.
I hope this will be of some help to you.
Have fun, Johan