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New battery new cylinoid but wont turn over, are their any inline fuses?

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Try to push start hopefully you know how if not have someone push you I would use a car only need to go like 5mph make sure your in first gear holding the cluch when you get up to speed let go of the clutch it should pop start up if not then check the starter or check any wires you may not have on proper

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If you have the key - seems operational - there's a few other things you need to know before going any further - on the last one I had there's an interlock attached to the right handlebar brake lever - when you squeeze the right brake lever - there will be post that you can push down to hold the brake lever in - on some at least - the brake lever has to be pulled in for the bike to start -

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Those aren't my markings - just make sure the lever is pulled in - that outpost will keep it in place - but as long as you have that lever pulled in you can move on.

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Your key is on, or at least power is to the switch and going out - your right brake lever is pulled in - and the kill switch on left handle bar is facing right direction - give the start button a try. If you get absolutely nothing - and FYI - your lights if functional should be on or be able to be to test the key by turning all the way forward/that's on + lights, whereas setting just before that is just 'on' - if you get nothing - no lights, nada - close to the positive post on the battery you should see an inline fuse that looks like this - I know it's hard to see - file quality starts out low on this one - but it's in the middle. Word to the wise - those fuses do go out normally, etc. corrosion, use, wear & tear - but if it's already blown proceed with caution - electrical issues are the main culprit - and if you put a new fuse in and it blows immediately - you have another issue. Good Luck and All The Best, Justin McCartney 17 South Industries

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