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I would try the ign switch itself. You probably do not have to replace the entire switch, but just the contact area on the back of the key lock cylinder.

The contact areas do wear out on these things and also can corrode after sitting. The early 70's key group was heavier built than the later ones.

My switch was pretty bad for a year and was not passing enough current for the starter button to work. Also, the bike was running rough for the same reason. An Emgo switch repair kit solved those problems
 
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