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How do I reassembe the gears in the rear wheel?

Chain came off the bike because it was not rolling correctly and we took the rear wheel apart to see what was the problem and now the wheel doesnt roll correctly and Im not sure if the gears are back in properly

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Refer to Parktool.com. There are bicycle specific tools required for this repair.

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