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Engine will not crank

Rode the bike problems. Last night I couldn't get it to start. The first couple of times I tried the fuel pump would come on and lights, but as soon as I hit the starter button everything would go out. Now I get nothing. I turned the key over to the park position and slowly back to the on and I get a S or 5 blank 80E on the odometer ( S 80E or 5 80E). The battery voltage is at 12.3 volts so I don't believe that's the problem. When the situation first presented itself, when I would hit the starter button, I would hear a pop like maybe something had shorted out.
What's up???

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It seems there is some lose connections somewhere proababely to the main wires on the battery and also try to check the wires to the solenoid switch also the earth wire on the frame around the engine.
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