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Bike just dead over night

Bike was fine.washed it down and left it over night.next morning theres no power at all.the battery has never just ran flat.what could have caused this and why.how do i fix it?please help.(1998 aprilia rs125 with a 2006 engine)

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Have you checked the battery and cables ?

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