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I've worked on many bikes over 30 years and have never encountered a burnt out ECU. And if that did occur I'd want to know why before I installed (and potentially fried) another one.

It's a solid state device that only deals with fairly low voltages, why would it "blow"?

All electronics can fail internally but there's easily a hundred more likely reasons a bike wouldn't start.
 

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Was it a Triumph dealership or just a bike shop? I agree it's highly unlikely that you've blown the ECU. I'd get a second opinion from a different shop.
 

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Was it a Triumph dealership or just a bike shop? I agree it's highly unlikely that you've blown the ECU. I'd get a second opinion from a different shop.
Hi, it was a Triumph technician who diagnosed the ecu as faulty. The bike was parked for two weeks and would not start. A new battery was fitted and displayed the same symptoms. So looking for an ecu.
 
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