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You have to switch polarity of the two wires going to the motor. That is what the window switch does to change direction.It's a whole lot easier to get a new window switch from a junk yard or at an auto parts store.
Unplug the battery.
Press and hold down the start-button for 30 seconds +.
Plug in electricity, NOT the battery.
Try to start.
If this works, let it boot totaly then turn it off.
Plug in battery and electricity.
Hope it works, good luck
It sounds to me like your battery needs to be replaced. The batteries lose their ability to hold a full charge after some time (especially if they've sat for a long while without a charge). You can get the battery tested at a trusted shop, but it might be more econimical to just replace the batteries with fresh batteries and see if that solves the problem. New batteries will charge much better and hold the charge much longer.
Production of this tester has been discontinued by the manufacturer.
I read a review of this tester, and that person cautioned on the tool's short battery life. He said you need to use high capacity NiMH batteries. He says he's lucky to get an hour of life out of a freshly charged set. Furthermore, the tool does not like to even power up if there is less than a 3/4 charge left of the batteries. He recommended removing the batteries when done using the tool and placing them in a smart charger until needed again. ALL NiMH batteries self discharge even when not in use. You should always have and install freshly charged batteries when you need to use the tool.
If the batteries are old (had many recharge cycles) or were not charged in a smart charger the useful life may have become significantly reduced and in need of replacement.
It is OK to use a car battery to run the cycle if it is 12 volt to 12 volt. If the battery is still in an automobile, DO NOT HAVE THE CAR RUNNING. This can damage your motorcycles electric system. Also be careful not to crank your starter motor to long . You will over heat it and burn it out. If the cycle will not start you may have a plugged fuel system or WET fouled spark plugs. Make sure your fuel system is clean, you have fresh fuel , and if the plugs are wet try a new set of plugs. If you tried to jump start the bike from a car battery in a car that was running, you may have much more serious issues to deal with ( CDI , pulse pick ups, coils, etc.)
It may have a little switch so you can choose to either use it with a battery or with the power supply. If not try taking out the battery and see if it works. If it does not work with the battery taken of then it is the power supply. You can further check if the power supply is putting out voltage with a multimeter if you have one. Note that it might read a a few volts higher than 6 volts which is normal. If it reads less than six volts then it is no good.
I have had batterys that will put out enough amps to spin the starter, but will do this with a voltage to low for the electronic ignition to fire the spark plugs. Can you push start the bike? If he bike has been sitting for a while it helps to drain the carb bowls to get some fresh fuel from the tank into them. Sorry this is a couple of quick fix options, you may need to post the question again if this doesnt help
Try a power drain:
1. Unplug the product's power cable so the device is not grounded to the house.
2. Press and HOLD the product's own power button for 1 minute to drain the capacitors.
3. Plug the product back into a wall outlet and try to turn it on.
Note: This procedure works with battery operated devices as well so remove the batteries and
hold down it's power button. Electricity can remain in capacitors and on circuit boards
enough to prevent normal functionality. By clearing the residue electricity, your product
will have a fresh start and many times this will resolve a buggy or non-responsive device
that appears to be dead.
If the TV still won't come on, and there is no indication of electricity getting through, the problem will be with the TV's power supply or it's cable.