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In general if the Reverse gear works and forward gear gets stuck it could be because the gear getting locked up while rotating in clock wise direction .The alignment of the gear tooth is having some problem.Some times you need to put some lubricating oil into the gear to make it loose to move to and fro.Please specify the brand name and model name to be more specific about where to check for the problem.So i could give you the parts diagram.

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