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Pumping inert gases should be the only way. The inert gases will not participate in any reaction with the gases present. If it were any other gases aside from the inert gases then we would expect the increasing pressure to favor the reaction towards either the reactants or products. Hope this helps!
Another possible scenario is that if the pressure was changed by decreasing/increasing volume and there are the same number of moles of gas on both the reactants and products sides of the equation, then the system would be unaffected and would not favor a particular side.
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