I sorted mine simply by replacing the sodding thing sadly
. There was no other option. The bizarre thing was when the workshop took it apart it had the best of the best mechanics heads (and my head) were scratching like mad wondering why there was ever an issue with it. The clutch plates had plenty of life left on them and when I mean plenty, I mean the clutch plates where vitually the same depth as the brand new one which was fitted! There was no contamination either!
In my instance I did actually give mine loads of stick reversing my caravan into a very tight space for an hour and a half which cooked it and this is what caused it
. However, even then, there appeared to be no burning anywhere! Very bizarre. The only thing that could be suggested was that the clutch finger springs had got so hot they lost their 'bite' so the pressure plate wasn't being forced onto the other plate hard enough, causing it to slip.
Suffice to say it was changed at 30k miles and the new one has done far far better with seriously tough towing up steep hills and reversing etc and managed 75k and still going strong.
What I have changed though is my driving style - I no longer put my foot to the floor when I accelerate.....I make sure that I 'feed' the power in so the clutch takes less sudden torque.
I would say your only option is to change it I'm affraid and just feed the power in gradually and use the handbrake on hills, don't ride the clutch to hold you!