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Help Bike Wont Start after first oil change

So i changed my oil following Cyclecruza video. Everything went fine until i noticed my bike not on. ( I accidently left the key in ignition however kill switch was on, Just my bike lights were on) But now when i remove kill switch and return key in ignition bike does nothing. No lights turn on dashboard, just nothing no sounds what so ever. I am freaking out. What could be the cause???

Is it cause i left my key in ignition while changing oil? (bike wasnt started of course) just lights on.

Please i beg you help
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you ran batt down.

Charge it, and try start bike.

Batt age, and type?
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I agree. It's a dead battery
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you ran batt down.

Charge it, and try start bike.

Batt age, and type?

quick update i see clock on dashboard.

When ever i try to turn key now dash comes on slightly. its as if its a dead battery :( I dont have any charger :( is there anyway to charge batteries can i walk my bike around the street and fix it lol?

If i wait alittle dash gets a bit brighter but nothing.
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How old are you? Is English your first language? I'm just trying get a baseline here.

A flat but otherwise healthy battery can be bump started, but this will need another person unless you are pretty good/confident at being able to ride a bike at super low speed.
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Batt. age and history?

if old batt, try charger, and be prepared for batt to fail again, soooner rather than later.

then get new.

If you have the skills, you can try a bump/push start

You need to be at the top of a good hill, or have 2-3 strong friends.
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How old are you? Is English your first language? I'm just trying get a baseline here.

A flat but otherwise healthy battery can be bump started, but this will need another person unless you are pretty good/confident at being able to ride a bike at super low speed.
you gay? lonely and depressed? Im just trying to get a baseline here.

Thanks for the advice
I ran off to walmart to pick up a charger. Hopefully solves problem.
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you gay? lonely and depressed? Im just trying to get a baseline here.

Thanks for the advice
I ran off to walmart to pick up a charger. Hopefully solves problem.
Hey bro we're all gay around here and we don't take too kindly to your harsh words. I mean seriously though it shouldn't take a rocket scientist to figure out your battery is dead. Now give me a kiss

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Hey bro we're all gay around here and we don't take too kindly to your harsh words. I mean seriously though it shouldn't take a rocket scientist to figure out your battery is dead. Now give me a kiss
Good thing no one here is a rocket scientist. And it sure was the battery. Just made no sense how quickly the battery could die.
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Assuming the battery was fully charged it's an indication that the battery is basically shot - it has no reserve capacity at all. I would replace it as soon as possible.

PS>Not everyone here is gay!

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On another topic, what type of oil did you use?
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PS>Not everyone here is gay!
I'm not gay; I'm comfortable with my sexuality

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You should be - it's called being normal.

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