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Fuse keeps blowing

Bike left standing over cold weather started ok one day then next won't start- no power at all, not even neutral light. replaced blown fuse on bike and it blew as i was putting it in - ignition is not on. Please help thanks.

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You probably have moisture in the plug together portions of you wiring loom,first parts=WD40,dielectric silicone grease,contact cleaner,remove seat,tank,sidecovers,expose all plug conns.1 at time,pull apart,clean cons. with WD40 and wire brush, spray with contact cleaner,let dry,fill female side of plug with dielectric grease,push together,go to next one,good luck

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