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My bike won't start and the dig display screen won't light up...

I have checked all the fuses and they are all good, I have look for any loose connections and they all seem to be fine, and i have made sure they battery is fully charged but i can't even get a sound or a light to come from my bike...any ideas would be great thanks

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You may be missing the main fuse in your diagnosis - that is a 30A fuse located on the starter relay, not in the main fuse-panel.
That is located just forward of the fuse panel under the rider-seat. 

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Probably only need a new fuse

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