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Headlights wont work, just suddenly stopped!

I went to go out on my bike last night and noticed that my head lights wernt working however about 2 hours earlier they were fine, ive checked the bulbs and they are fine i also checked the connections again fine niether dipped, full or the pass button work and the fuses look fine. its a k5 model everything else on the bike works fine indicators not a problem horn works hazards work break light works and kill switch works and the engine starts up no problem at all. hope someone can help, thanks. luke

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Recheck them fuses sometimes they dont look blown but they are if not there must be a loose connection somewhere i know you have checked but retry

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