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I change the oil and oil filter on my 2008 Ninja 250r. After doing everything I noticed I forgot to put the metal cap back ontop of the oil filter. So I took the oil filter back out (lost some oil because of this) then put it back in the correct position. The bike started fine. Now this was about a week ago. Today I tried starting up the bike and it won't turn over. I added some oil since I lost some due to removing the filter but the engine still won't start. Please help!

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