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I'm wondering if anyone has had a similar problem. I jumped on my bike today and rode to work, I flicked the kill switch and the bike cut but immediately started to turn over and as soon as I flicked the kill switch back the bike started. I turned the key and took it out and the bike was completely off.
I walked into work, came back out, grabbed a coffee and heard my bike trying to turn itself on. The key was in my pocket the bike was turned off correctly but it was still trying to turn itself on and would have done if it were not for the kill switch being on.
The bike finally drained the battery dead as it turned over completely until it lost power.
Completely surprised by this.
Any ideas?
Any help would be gratefully appreciated.
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Yeah it has completely baffled me, luckily its still under warranty for another 10 months, but its extremely worrying considering the fact that if the kill switch hadn't to have been engaged the bike would have started and would have been running on the street by itself, the bike gods must have been with me and sent me for that coffee.
 
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