Do you have a voltmeter? At this point it's worth seeing where you have power when you hit the start button. Chances are pretty high that you've got either a bad starter relay in the JB, or a bad connection in the ignition switch.
Juuuust to check the easy stuff, your bike isn't in gear, is it? There's an interlock on this bike that won't let the start button work if it is in gear and the clutch lever isn't pulled (to prevent the bike from lurching forward when starting with power to the rear wheel)
Bike is in neutral. I just got a voltmeter. I have never used one so there will be a learning curve there. But I have a service manual and other PDFs to help me figure it out. Thing is the starter button was working until I took the solenoid off and cleaned it up.
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