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My 2002 TW200 won't start, I just picked it up from maintenance-carb clean and rode it around a few miles and the lights started to flicker alot and power was also surging. when I went to start it again it wouldn't do a thing and the battery is completely charged? Is this electrical?

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Hi, seems to be eletrical issue. Make sure if the battery works properly- check voltage. Weak battery can have correct voltage level when it is retiring, but when you e.g. push the starter, it quickly looses power.

If the battery is OK, it could also be a short circuit somewhere. You mentioned the carburetor cleaning- check if the heater unit cables on the carburetor are plugged correctly. Also, check fuse.

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