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From what you say, sounds like it might just be a worn aspect of the selector mechanism, a lot of which is accessibly pretty easily through the top 'hatch' and is pretty easy to replace if need be as it's one of the first things you disassemble out of the gearbox if rebuilding it.

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If its a late type 9 box there is a plate on the side of the gearbox extension housing, it has two bolts through elongated holes that can be loosened, and the plate can be moved forward and backward to give a better gear selection. I have just rebuilt Dean Rudkins gearbox and adjusting this plate make a big difference and will probably compensate for possible wear in your selectors.  

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