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Remove the false tank from the bike, turn upside down to access the lock to release it. Then remove the lock and there is a code on the back of the cylinder(all the lock cylinders have the code) that a locksmith can cut a new key to.

Also, Does your key go into the lock? Be sure you can see there is no obstruction in the lock, there is a plastic piece in the lock that breaks and will plug the slot slide dust cover from moving out of the way.
Have you put in some lock lubricant? They get dirty, gummed up too.
 

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That doesn't have the tank lock or the fairing rt side box lock.
 
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