I had the same problem after a small fall. I thought it was a "tip switch" but it looks like it might have been the kill switch.
Flick the kill switch a few times and see if that makes any difference.
Is the crank a "straight line" cranking or a "we're trying, almost..." cranking?
"Straight line" is usually electrical, "almost catching" is usually fuel.
If you can post a few min of cranking with some good audio, that can help. IDK if the PC has any visual feed back, but I'd look for that.
One other note: You can get a build up of fuel in the exhaust that will explode once she fires up. Be careful of that.