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Some things to check:
Is your battery fully charged and does it have the proper amount of electrolyte? Use a multi-meter across the battery terminals, you should get around 13v (direct current). Watch the meter as you try to start the scooter, if the voltage drops a lot your battery is probably bad.
Is your starter button working? When you press the button do you hear a click or get any indication it has been pressed? Has there been any damage to the switch area recently?
Is the starter working? Do you hear the starter turning the engine over, or is the starter just spinning? If just spinning and your battery is good, check your starter solenoid.

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