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Power/starting problem after headlight and guage R&R

I took the headlight and gauge cluster off my '07 Daytona to swap to race fairings and now have an odd problem.

The bike ran fine prior to this. Now the indicator lights on the gauges show ok (high beam, indicators etc) but the gauges themselves aren't working and there's no power to starter etc. Neutral light, engine light etc aren't working. All plugs are connected to the gauge cluster, battery is fully charged and fuses are ok. Kill switch is in run position. I pulled the main plug out of the gauges cluster to check it and when I put it back in the red LED on the cluster blinked once but the problem persists.

Any ideas?

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Problem solved- kill switch plug (down on the side of the radiator) wasn't all the way in.
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