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The bike was unused a long period of time? Did you measured the battery voltage? If the battery is ok should have no less than 12,7-12,8 V. If has less the battery is drained.
Try starting with some strong cables from a car but respect the polarity. If you manage to start it remove cables and take a ohmmeter and measure the charging voltage on the battery terminals. With consumers on ( headlight on ) when idle you should have no less than 13 V and no more than about 15 when accelerate. If you have less than 13 V or more than 15 V the rectifier is the problem. Please reply.

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