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Many motorcycles that are newer have a built in safety device that keeps the bike from starting when the battery is too low to keep from burning out components from running low on voltage. Can you hook a battery charger to it and have it start or is it just turning over and not starting? Without any details about your problem it is hard to troubleshoot. Has the bike been ridden recently, has it been setting so the carb is gummed up, is it fuel injected, does it have an electric fuel pump?
check spark plugs,check for spark. check fuel is good. possible needle and seat gummed up in carb float bowl. disasemble and clean with brake or carb cleaner.do not change float level. re assemble ,you can use the cleaner to help to fire the motor with a shot through the carb. make sure you cleaner says flammable. good luck.
Try jiggling the handle bars as you turn the key to relieve the pressure off the ignition lock. The kawasaki's have one position past the off "Lock" position that is called the "Acc" this will leave your brake light on. So the key switch goes "Acc", "Lock", "On". Make sure your key is in the Lock position and not the Accesory position