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CHAIN KEEPS COMING OFF ALSO CHANGES GEARS BY IT SELF

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You woundn't be doing any damage. When you change the amount of gears you usually need a selector(on handlebars) that has the same amount of settings to be able to use all gears. Alternatively you can adjust the derailer to take the larger gears but you probably wont be able to use the lower gears-there's 2 screws on the derailer near the join of the 2 parts..1 changes the angle-the other changes the in-out setting.
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Coming off which side ? - outside toward the frame member or inside to the spokes.

You should avoid using the small chainring and small cog combination which is silly on the one hand, damaging to the drivetrain and usually results in a lot of slack chain dangling down between the derailleur and the cranks.

Here are instructions on how to set the limit screws which determine the physical end limits where the derailleur can lead the chain.

http://parktool.com/repair/readhowto.asp?id=64

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