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    Senior Member turborob's Avatar
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    G'day.



    My starter button came got stuck 'in' the other day. Turning the ignition on would hold the starter down non-stop (even when bike was running).



    I took the button assembly appart and found a cable tie loose in there which looks like it used to hold on to something.



    What I can't work out is what stops the 'pad' (part that the starter button touches) from moving? It's in the middle in the lower half of this pic.







    I understand there's the metal piece in this pic, but it still moves around (I think that's what caused the button to sink inside).







    All and any help would be appreciated - love to get her back on the road.



    Rob.

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    I have a spare switch if you need it. Let me know

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    Senior Member turborob's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Daltoncoody View Post
    I have a spare switch if you need it. Let me know


    Wow, that would certainly do the trick. Are you aware I'm in Australia?



    I'm happy to pay postage - PM me if that's alright.



    Appreciate it.



    Rob.

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