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New 2008 MV F4 R will not start

I just purchased a new 2008 MV F4 R and brought it home and it wouldn't start. I connected the battery slow charger for about an hour and the bike finally started. I rode it less than a mile and parked it. The next morning the same thing. It just will not start. I connected the slow charger again and waited about an hour but I just can't get the bike to start. I've checked the fuses and all look ok. All the bike does is click but doesn't turn over.

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Trickle charge 16 hours on a 1-2 amper charger /after that keep battery charged regularly ie once weekly

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