Check your 30 amp fuse on the right side of the bike, Its behind the right side fairing that is under the seat...Its under a rubber boot and red cap, I blew that fuse once and mine wouldnt do a damned thing either....Hope this solves your problem....Mine isnt running right now either... =(
If you are saying that you push the starter button and the bike will not crank, then the switch itself may be wet/dirty. You might have to take it apart and clean or spray out with contact cleaner. Can happen after one washes his machinery.
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