Was driving my 2003 burgman 650 the other day when I stopped to get a haircut. Came out from the barber and bike had total power loss. Turned the ignition switch and the display didn't light up, no lights, nothing (no horn, signals, park lights). The clock was the only thing that was on and it has since gone off. Checked the battery and it is OK. Swapped with a battery from my other burgman and get the exact same result. Checked the basic things...main fuse is good, other auxilliary fuses are good. I thought it might be the ignition switch so I removed the connector on the back of the ignition switch and checked incoming voltage...it's at ~2.8V. Upon further testing, I found that if I remove the 10A "fuel" fuse, the voltage at the ignition switch goes up to 12V. But, if I leave the 10A fuse out and reconnect the ignition connector and try to turn the bike on, it still shows no sign of life at all. I'm tracing the circuit for the 10A "fuel" fuse to see what's dropping the voltage, but not sure if I'm chasing down the wrong path or not. Anybody ever seen something like this before?