Suddenly, 3 days ago my bank debits/credits won't update in my Quicken registers!

How do I fix my registers so that my bank debits/credits reconcile with Quicken?  Everything has been working fine for over a year and now none of my accounts will reconcile.  I get an "Download Error (155)" every time I try to update my accounts.  When I try to "Resolve" the issue, I get the message "Bank of America is temporarily inaccessible to Quicken 155 Refresh".  When I try to fix my "Settings", it sets up a NEW Quicken bank register that reconciles all my current bank information, but not the "future" credits/debits I have in the original bank register and the past credits/debits I have for the past 20 years!  How do I get my original Quicken bank register to re-connect to my Bank of America account?

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