Charles Schwab 401k balance is displaying as zero

I have had all of my Charles Schwab accounts (401k, checking, RothIRA, brokerage) displayed on my Mint account for quite some time, and they have all worked properly until about a week or two ago. At that time, only my 401k account started displaying its total asset value as "$0".

The account does still seem to be updating the transaction history items appropriately for the account. I've tried refreshing the account manually, making it hidden and then unhiding it, and even DELETING my entire Charles Schwab account link to Mint and re-adding the account. None of these things fixed the issue of the Charles Schwab Retirement Plan (401k) displaying a zero value for the account balance. As I said, this has been happening for the past week or two, but the account used to display and update the appropriate value without any problems.

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