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I would go back to basics and check the silly stuff first. Fresh fuel in the tank, yes. Fully charged battery, yes. Clean air filter, yes. Fuel Petcock turned on, (Yes, I've done that!). If it has a security 'Dead' switch is it turn off? Check the battery cable connectors are clean. You will be surprised how much difference a dirty connector can make. I'm assuming this is an Electric start model? This could be the injectors themselves. Modern fuels, if not used, can evaporate and leave a varnish like coating behind. This can clog up Carb jets and injector nozzles. If the injectors need to be removed for cleaning I would recommend you get a specialist to do the cleaning. At the jet end a fuel injector delivers fuel at well over 1,000psi. (Car tyre = 32psi). If your storing a bike for more than a month it is always a good idea to drain any fuel out and run the engine until it stalls to clear the injectors. You could also consider using a 'Trickle' charger on the battery when your not using it to keep the battery full and ready for use.
no ,you dont have power. the battery uses 100 to 500 amps to run the starter. normal is 100amps , on warm day. really the starter is the ACID test of any battery. the ignition uses 5 amps. (nothing) same with lamps. trivial currents. the battery is not charged, , so charge it. or... if the battery is bad , it will not take a charge and hold 12.6volts. try a known good and charged battery in car. that work? yes? then either the battery was bad, or you left on lamps? or the charge system failed and battery drained. bad cranking 101 1: bad battery. 2: discharged battery (or any reason) 3: bad battery connetions, corroded lugs. 4: charge system failure. 5: phantom drain (dark current) or left on lamps over night. 1: put in fresh good battery. 2: start car, is voltage across battery terms near 14.7v? yes, good charge system. no?, its 12.5v, charge system is dead.
make sure the battery is fully charged BEFORE starting, you might have a small battery drain that kills the battery over night and when you push start it, the alternator kicks in and charges it up enough thru use of the day to fool you
yes it is possible that its bad and you can tell by after you charge it with the tender, take a voltage reading, it should be about 12.6v-12.8v on a fresh charge, if it just shows 12.0v that's not enough and one of the cells might have went bad.
Is this a wireless mouse? If yes, you need to isolate the problem. Please follow the steps below:
1. Use fresh batteries. 2. Connect the wireless receiver/dongle into different USB ports of the computer. 3. Make sure that the mouse is turned on and then try to reconnect the mouse to the receiver by briefly pressing the connect button on the receiver and then hold down the connect button on the mouse.
I'm having the same problem with mine. Happens on rechargeables or brand new standard batteries as well. Very frustrating. I can't take more than 2 videos in a row without the dreaded orange/green lights flashing (low battery warning). Leaving it for 10-20 minutes and it works again, with the battery charge showing full.