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Starting problem on rs125

Charged the battery,checked cables.nutral light comes on but when i push the start button it makes a funny noise like a electrical motor running by itself.then when u push starter again,it turns but very slow like it has not got enough power.the bike starts very quikly when i push start it in first.

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    what is you battery voltage while cranking



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Based on your description, its sounds as though you have a starter or starter selnoid problem. The starter selnoid is not engaging the engine at first and then when it does, is nort passing enough current through to the starter motor to get the job done.

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