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This is probably a clutch problem, rather than a problem with the gearbox. Check your clutch cable adjustment and check when the clutch plates were last changed. Ninja's tend to be ridden hard through the first couple of gears. This can put strain and wear on the clutch friction plates.
This could be due to timing screw being incorrectly set
Locate gold timing screw on the carbrettta turn it clockwise
only slightly till bike idles without choke on, Then when choke it on it should idle a touch higher.
if there is no free play when pulling the lever in, the bike will most likely take off from first gear, but when you throttle it, the clutch will most likely slip. if the lever is to loose, lots of free play, you may have a hard time getting it in gear. approx 1/4 inch free play with the lever and it will work normal... unless its ready for a new clutch. hope this helps...