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Have to check the voltage regulator for burned wires or yellowed connectors,, also looking over every wire on the bike you can get to would be a good idea,, something could just have rubbed thru the insulation on a wire resulting in a dead short,,, look carefully for the damaged wire,, It could easily be a voltage regulator
We just replaced the reg on a SV650 and that was the trouble,
i have the same bike and had same problem mine was fuel pump so with that said pull off the gas line and turn on key it should keep spraying out if only a little spirt comes out its bad make sure to also check filter i hope this helps you please give me good feed back thank you
Yes occasionally a battery can put out enough cold crank amps to spin the starter and motor, but in doing so drags the voltage down so the electronic ignition wont fire.
a couple of warnings
If you check for spark make certain there is a plug in the lead and it is grounded to the engine, if not the voltage builds up in the coils until it can spark to something.
dont jump it of a bigger car battery, when the bike starts it can try to produce more amps than its supposed to to try and charge the car battery and stuff the reg.