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Sir Tom, my fzr250 power just turned-off while im

Sir Tom, my fzr250 just suddenly turned-off while warming up my bike. No green light (neutral), no fan, no horn, no light, . . . etc . .no power generally. I checked my battery and it's "OK". What are the steps that im going to do to trace this problem? Pl's help me sir. Thank you

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Try to find your fuses and check if they are blown or not.

That would be the first thing I would do, then repost here for more support.

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