I used my car to jump start my bike with a dead battery (the car was not running). I was able to crank the bike and fire up the engine. After about 30 seconds, I noticed that the positive terminal cover was beginning to melt and then the bike died. It was obvious that I had left the jumper cables on for too long (stupid me). The bike was now totally dead. Not only would it not crank, but all of the instrument cluster lights were dead as well. I checked the main 30A fuse and it was ok. Then I checked ALL of the fuses in the Junction Box and they were all ok as well. So what should I check next? What else could have been damaged that would block all current flow even though all of the fuses are ok? Any advice/help will certainly be appreciated. Thank you in advance for your help.