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Grinding noise coming out of the transmission

I have a 2001 toyota celica with a manual transmission. Im hearing a grinding noise coming out of the transmission when im in gear but not when my clutch is not engage. what could be the cause of the noise? Car shifts smoothly. Please advice.

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