Adafruit MAX31865 not outputting any values, Serial monitor not opening

I am trying to use an Adafruit MAX31865 RTD amplifier to read a 2 wire PT1000 rtd I bought. I've followed all of the steps on the Adafruit website's walkthrough and I am not getting any output when I upload the code to my Arduino Uno that's wired to the MAX31865. I've looked online and on this forum for anyone else having the same issue and I haven't found anything, just people getting incorrect readings. I'm using the max31865 example code from the Adafruit MAX31865 library, with the adjustments for a 2 wire PT1000 RTD.

I soldered the connections like the Adafruit website said to do:
Vin -> 5V
GND -> GND
CLK -> digital #13
SDO -> digital #12
SDI -> digital #11
CS -> digital #10

I'm new to soldering so it's a little rough but I don't think that is the issue. All the connections are solid. I soldered closed both of the jumpers on the board.

Here's my wiring setup:


Can only upload one picture since I am a new user.

As I said, when I upload my code, the serial monitor doesn't open and I get no output from the RTD. The output pane just shows "Compilation complete. upload complete."

Here is my code:

/*************************************************** 
  This is a library for the Adafruit PT100/P1000 RTD Sensor w/MAX31865
  Designed specifically to work with the Adafruit RTD Sensor
  ----> https://www.adafruit.com/products/3328
  This sensor uses SPI to communicate, 4 pins are required to  
  interface
  Adafruit invests time and resources providing this open source code, 
  please support Adafruit and open-source hardware by purchasing 
  products from Adafruit!
  Written by Limor Fried/Ladyada for Adafruit Industries.  
  BSD license, all text above must be included in any redistribution
 ****************************************************/

#include <Adafruit_MAX31865.h>

// Use software SPI: CS, DI, DO, CLK
Adafruit_MAX31865 thermo = Adafruit_MAX31865(10, 11, 12, 13);
// use hardware SPI, just pass in the CS pin
//Adafruit_MAX31865 thermo = Adafruit_MAX31865(10);

// The value of the Rref resistor. Use 430.0 for PT100 and 4300.0 for PT1000
#define RREF      4301.0
// The 'nominal' 0-degrees-C resistance of the sensor
// 100.0 for PT100, 1000.0 for PT1000
#define RNOMINAL  1000.0

void setup() {
  Serial.begin(115200);
  Serial.println("Adafruit MAX31865 PT1000 Sensor Test!");

  thermo.begin(MAX31865_2WIRE);  // set to 2WIRE or 4WIRE as necessary
}

void loop() {
  uint16_t rtd = thermo.readRTD();

  Serial.print("RTD value: "); Serial.println(rtd);
  float ratio = rtd;
  ratio /= 32768;
  Serial.print("Ratio = "); Serial.println(ratio,8);
  Serial.print("Resistance = "); Serial.println(RREF*ratio,8);
  Serial.print("Temperature = "); Serial.println(thermo.temperature(RNOMINAL, RREF));

  // Check and print any faults
  uint8_t fault = thermo.readFault();
  if (fault) {
    Serial.print("Fault 0x"); Serial.println(fault, HEX);
    if (fault & MAX31865_FAULT_HIGHTHRESH) {
      Serial.println("RTD High Threshold"); 
    }
    if (fault & MAX31865_FAULT_LOWTHRESH) {
      Serial.println("RTD Low Threshold"); 
    }
    if (fault & MAX31865_FAULT_REFINLOW) {
      Serial.println("REFIN- > 0.85 x Bias"); 
    }
    if (fault & MAX31865_FAULT_REFINHIGH) {
      Serial.println("REFIN- < 0.85 x Bias - FORCE- open"); 
    }
    if (fault & MAX31865_FAULT_RTDINLOW) {
      Serial.println("RTDIN- < 0.85 x Bias - FORCE- open"); 
    }
    if (fault & MAX31865_FAULT_OVUV) {
      Serial.println("Under/Over voltage"); 
    }
    thermo.clearFault();
  }
  Serial.println();
  delay(1000);
}

Any help would be appreciated!

hi
What speed is your serial monitor configured?
It should be at 115200, as that is how it starts in your code.
Serial.begin(115200);

See your serial monitor here:

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SerialMonitor

That was the fix thank you! Serial monitor prints values now.