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How do I reset the alarm on a 2001 Suzuki Bandit after replacing the main battery on the bike ?

The main battery went flat and cannot be recharged, this affected the alarm/ isolation system on the bike. I'm going to replace the main battery but need to know how to reset the alarm system as the bike wont start otherwise.

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