There's a *faint hope* that the conductivity of the bags was low enough that no permanent damage has been done. Try removing the shipping bag plastic sheets, substitute paper as someone suggested, check that your connector mating is good and connect commo and power again.

It *might* revive. But I'm not guaranteeing anything. Sometimes we pay tuition for our education... :\ :)


To make a long story short, you basically did the equivalent of shoving a piece of aluminum foil between the boards and turned on the power.  Not a healthy thing to do to electronics.

Good thing these boards are inexpensive, eh? ;-)



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