Hi all, I was playing around with PWM dimming some high power LEDs. I connected pin 3 (and ground to ground) of my MKR1010 WiFi (code wasn't set up yet, just wanted to send a 0v signal so the LEDs will turn off) to an LED driver and shortly after my computer (Windows using online IDE) stopped recognizing my MKR. Any ideas? I've tried unplugging/replugging, but I get nothing. The green and orange LEDs just stay on.
I've previously done a proof of concept dimming the LEDs with an arduino Uno in the exact same way so don't see how I could have fried my arduino or something. In fact even created a (dead) post over at reddit
EDIT: I should note, the sketch that was loaded at the time was a simple connect to WiFi and an MQTT server. No pins were initialized.
EDIT 2: Just tried on my laptop and absolutely nothing happens when I plug it in either.
EDIT 3: Possible cause? Imgur: The magic of the Internet The chip I circled in the pic has pins that look to be melted together.
EDIT 4: Boards dead. I'm within the return window with Amazon so will be returning it.