None of my fidelity accounts can sync with mint. I've tried editing my back info, "going to bank" and calling fidelity directly. How do I fix this?

I have several investment accounts and a cash management account with Fidelity Investments. Usually the syncing with Fidelity Investments is a bit of a problem; it's usually delayed several days, which is unfortunately but manageable. It's now getting to the point where the delay is measured in weeks, which is much more of a disruption for me. I've gone through the prompts to re-enter my Fidelity login information and "go to bank" to log back in on their website. None of this makes any noticeable difference; nothing syncs after doing that. I've spoken with Fidelity and they need more information from mint on the specific problem before they can help me address it. I also don't want to remove and re-add my Fidelity accounts if at all possible. Reclassifying all of the expenses to make my mint budget usable is a massive pain. Please let me know what I can do to address this. Thank you. 

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i followed the suggestion of another user and deleted my fidelity accounts and then re-added.  Seems to have resolved the issue as they are updating now.  

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