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Have you checked your Cord, Verify that the cord is good by using a computer like your, make sure the power specs are the same. Or get a cord and try it with your laptop. Perhaps the jack is damaged in your laptop, pulled, yanked, tugged, you get the idea. If so replace the AC jack. Bad Battery? How old, mine lasted 4 years.
if your charger has a 'start' function on it ( it will say this in writing on the charger itself ), then you should be ok to start the bike using it. but if it is just a standard charger then do not try it -- it could damage the charger. as far as removing the battery from the bike to charge it ( wires to short ),, try and loosen the wires and remove the wires from the battery and then remove the battery and charge it. if this is not possible -- then at least try and remove the negative cable from the battery and then charge the battery in the bike. the next thing to try is to just use a cars battery to jump the bike and get it started,, once it is started - use a volt meter and test to make sure the battery is being charged by the bike. there is also a chance that the battery needs to be replaced.