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If you have not inspected for any wiring damage after the bike was laid over see if any wiring damage had occurred that may be causing this fault here.I have seen in several cases before where wiring damage or an electrical component being damaged will cause this issue here needing repaired or replaced to correct this fault.If this is or was already checked and all found to be o.k. let me know.
O.k.,unfortunately this is all of the info I have on this here myself.I will have to open this question up for others here to see if they can assist further on this as someone else here may have more info on what to check or do with this issue.I hope you can get this resolved with ease.No need to reply to my last post here unless it is a last resort as it will keep your question locked to me and others will not be able to view it.
Is there power on the orange/white wire to the starter relay with the key on? the other circuit is handled by the ECU to ground the relay.
If the wire colors are different just make sure you have power and ground to the starter relay. Then it should work if the voltage is correct and it is being energized by the starter button.
Could also be a fuse, side stand switch, kill switch involved.
Can you check these with a multimeter?
If the starter relay is energized it should connect the battery and starter cables. If it is clicking check if the two larger terminals are
connecting. Make sure your battery cables did not come loose.