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When i push on the pedals the backwheel doesnt go around

When i push on the pedals of my bmx, the rear wheel cog goes around but does not move the backwheel with it, almost as though it is not connected. why is this? and how do i fix the problem?

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You my friend have a stripped free wheel.  The only solution is to get a new free wheel or just go out and get a new rear wheel all together. 

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