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Hi there?
Make sure there is oil in the gearbox. There should a 8mm alen key bolt in front of the gearbox. The oil should be level with the base of the hole. If the oil level is ok then i'm affraid that the gearbox is worn out and it needs replacing or repairing.
Good luck........

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