Step-By-Step Solution:

Initial Grid

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First step:
Add in all possible valid pencilmarks.

Number 7 is the only value possible in cell (5,2).
(Single Candidate)

Number 5 is the only value possible in cell (4,3).
(Single Candidate)

Number 8 is the only value possible in cell (6,3).
(Single Candidate)

Number 4 is the only value possible in cell (7,3).
(Single Candidate)

Number 1 is the only value possible in cell (8,3).
(Single Candidate)

Number 2 is the only value possible in cell (1,3).
(Single Candidate)

Number 9 is the only value possible in cell (2,3).
(Single Candidate)

Number 1 is the only value possible in cell (1,4).
(Single Candidate)

Number 7 is the only value possible in cell (4,5).
(Single Candidate)

Number 7 is the only value possible in cell (9,6).
(Single Candidate)

Number 1 is the only value possible in cell (4,7).
(Single Candidate)

Number 6 is the only value possible in cell (9,7).
(Single Candidate)

For row 6, number 8 is only possible in cell (7,6)
(Single Position)

For row 7, number 8 is only possible in cell (2,7)
(Single Position)

For row 9, number 9 is only possible in cell (8,9)
(Single Position)

For row 4, number 7 is only possible in cell (2,4)
(Single Position)

For row 7, number 7 is only possible in cell (8,7)
(Single Position)

For row 1, number 7 is only possible in cell (7,1)
(Single Position)

For row 6, number 1 is only possible in cell (5,6)
(Single Position)

For row 8, number 1 is only possible in cell (3,8)
(Single Position)

For row 2, number 1 is only possible in cell (2,2)
(Single Position)

For row 8, number 4 is only possible in cell (5,8)
(Single Position)

Number 2 is the only value possible in cell (5,4).
(Single Candidate)

Number 9 is the only value possible in cell (7,4).
(Single Candidate)

Number 4 is the only value possible in cell (6,5).
(Single Candidate)

Number 2 is the only value possible in cell (6,7).
(Single Candidate)

Number 4 is the only value possible in cell (3,7).
(Single Candidate)

Number 3 is the only value possible in cell (3,4).
(Single Candidate)

Number 4 is the only value possible in cell (8,4).
(Single Candidate)

Number 2 is the only value possible in cell (3,6).
(Single Candidate)

Number 5 is the only value possible in cell (2,5).
(Single Candidate)

Number 6 is the only value possible in cell (2,1).
(Single Candidate)

Number 5 is the only value possible in cell (8,1).
(Single Candidate)

Number 5 is the only value possible in cell (3,2).
(Single Candidate)

Number 6 is the only value possible in cell (7,2).
(Single Candidate)

Number 9 is the only value possible in cell (3,5).
(Single Candidate)

Number 2 is the only value possible in cell (7,5).
(Single Candidate)

Number 6 is the only value possible in cell (8,5).
(Single Candidate)

Number 4 is the only value possible in cell (2,6).
(Single Candidate)

Number 3 is the only value possible in cell (8,6).
(Single Candidate)

Number 5 is the only value possible in cell (7,8).
(Single Candidate)

Number 2 is the only value possible in cell (8,8).
(Single Candidate)

Number 2 is the only value possible in cell (2,9).
(Single Candidate)

Number 6 is the only value possible in cell (3,9).
(Single Candidate)

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