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Most likely you have a bad battery. The second option is that you have a faulty wiring and there is a constant load that takes a lot of power, but it does not make a short circuit. Check the electrical relays, maybe it's in them.
You should start by checking if its charging. put a volt meter across the battery, it should read roughly 12v then start the bike and it should rise to 14v much more than this can blow bulbs and boil batteries
the first suspect is the igniton switch. when this happens, take the ign key and just barlely turn it, either way, not enough to go off/on just a little tweak, it the lights come back on or flicker, that ign switch will need replacement.
I do a lot of work on Dacors / Sharps.
Can you describe what you mean by "shutting off"?
When it was shutting off before, was it completely dead with no display and no beeps?
Was iut shutting off during a cook cycle or just while setting there or what?
When it would come back on or start working again, how long did it take to come back, or how did you make it come back on?