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Re: jamed kick start
Sounds more like a seized engine to me. When a kick starter breaks it will be when you're kicking it. If the engine died and the bike doesn't turn over with a kick it's probably locked up. Try pushing it back and forth in a higher gear and see if the engine turns over when you let out on the clutch,
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Your return spring inside the kick start is either broken,jamed or disconnected...you need to remove the attachment bolts and see what is up with it..if the spring is broken and you have no place to get one immediately...you can put the kicker back in without the return spring in temporary to start..but you must pull the kicker into the push down "start" position each time you want to kickstart it..good luck
If you are having trouble moving the kick start try removing the spark plug, rock the bike backward and forward then try pumping the kick start a few times. If it frees up put the plug back in and try starting it