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Hello, i have a zephyr 400 and i keep needing to charge up the battery, i dont think the bike is putting charge into the battery, what is wrong ??

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Check the magneto mate it may need servicing/repair or you may need to change it

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I am not the original guru, but when storing a bike for a long period you should:
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- Best to rest the tyres on something soft (bit of carpet maybe) to stop them going hard on the concrete.
- Disconnect the battery (possibly store that inside the house or shed) and a few days before you wish to ride again put the battery on trickle charge.
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