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2002 zx12 r bike wont start

I took th tank off to have it painted
connected everything like it should be
when i turn the key i hear the pump kick in for 3 seconds
i have the choke on and its in the run position it just wont turn over
dont know if this helps but i took th slip on exhaust off also and now its back on

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Recheck all connections,battery,ignition switch,starter button switch and kill switch

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