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55 reg honda accord clutch problem or slave or cylinder problem

Hiya,
i have problem on my Honda accord 55 plate, drives well but when cold clutch refuses to get to 1 st gear when cold, all other gears work. is it the cylinders.
also when driving the clutch refuses to come up,

HELP WHAT CAN I DO

seeing a car mechanic tommorow by the way

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You need a new thrust bearing and pressure plate

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