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sounds like a fuel issue if it has a filter change it and see if that helps you can also pull the plugs and see the condition of plugs replace the plugs should be pretty cheap to try you may also have gotten a little water in your fuel you can drain the carbsby loosening the over flow scews on bottom of carbs if you can drain into glass container so you can exaime the fuel that comes out for water or debree of any kind an go from there
If the bike ran well the day before, and nothing strange like no oil in the crankcase is going on, then the bike is likely to be fine. What isn't fine is the starter. The starter motor may be running fine but if the starter gear does not engage then the pistons are not going to move. It is time to call the dealer and talk with them as to repair or replacement cost. If replaced, keep the old starter for parts.
You may also want to check out a starter from a wrecked bike. Google " motorcycle salvage yamaha ". Chances are you can get a good starter for cheap.