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Check your battery connections first, but I suspect it is more of a starter relay issue. The relay is typically mounted close to the battery and the positive wire goes from the battery directly to the relay ( some manufacturers call the relay a stator, or magnetic, switch.) This component can easily burn from trying to start the bike with a weak battery, so charging it hooked up likely didn't cook it - however, I strongly suggest you disconnect the negative cable next time you charge - just to make sure!!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Three things cause your problem:
1. Dirty terminals
2. Battery flat or not holding charge (Cactus)
3. Starter motor has had it and all it can do is click the solenoid in and out.
Solution: Take it to an auto-electrician and he will diagnose your problem in a few seconds and rarely charges for this service. OR, you could attempt to jump start it from another bike, if it is the battery, it will turn over.
Posted on Feb 07, 2010
This will be either the starter solenoid is faulty or the starter motor needs replacing.Have the solenoid checked before removing the starter motor.
Posted on Mar 22, 2012
main fuse on the bike probably burnt overcharging because not on a timed charger or automatic cut out system which means it kept charging until battery went dry and shorted ou the cells inside which burnt u r main fuse hope it helps danny
Posted on Oct 18, 2012
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