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As Criggie said in his answer you basically just need to adjust both the front and rear derailleurs. This is well within the capabilities of a home mechanic if you know what you are doing. Trick is knowing about limit adjustments (prevents the derailleur moving too far in or out) and indexing adjustments (aligns the derailleur over the sprockets or ...


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Answer 1 - Your front inner cable is too long, or the high limit screw is too close and stops the front mech from moving over enough. A sometimes problem like this might be solved by a single turn of a barrel adjuster, if one is installed on your front mech cable. Try hanging the bike up and manipulating it by hand to get a feel for the problem. Answer 2 -...


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