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Engine stopped and would not re start kick start jammed and battery totally dead nd will not charge

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Bump start it, put the bike into neutral and have somebody push you along (you can do this yourself) when you reach 5-8 mph let go of the clutch and hold down the electric start, or kick the kick start down. try this a couple of times if it doesnt work first time. if and when you get it running then just leave it idle, (leave it revving itself at minimum revs) this should charge the battery, if not then you need a new battery :)

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Put the bike in gear and go down a hill and let clutch out and see if it starts if it jams or skids or doesnt go get back to me

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