"Check DNS configuration" for apex domain

My domains are acting weirdly - I changed the DNS nameservers two days ago from google within domains. I believe I set them correctly:

The www.mostly.codes domain (set as primary) and mostly-codes.netifly.com are showing up as correctly set up, but the apex sub-domain-free mostly.codes shows a warning informing me to Check DNS configuration - I believe I have, and it has been well over 24 hours since the setup. Is there anything I have forgotten to do that would cause this issue?

Hi, @tobiasroland, it isn’t you - it’s us. There was an error for the root domain A record on our side which has been resolved now.

This wasn’t caused by anything you did and thank you for notifying us of this issue. We corrected the issue at Netlify and it is working now when I test.

If it doesn’t work for you or there are other questions, please reply here anytime.

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Hi @luke ,

I think I am having this same problem. I have set the nameservers correctly - https://whois.domaintools.com/foodzzon.com

But it’s still showing to check DNS configuration. Thank you for consideration. Let me know if I am doing something wrong.
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Hi, @sanjitchak. I don’t show this domain configured for any Netlify sites.

For example, the URL doesn’t below work. It would if a) someone is logged in as a member of the team where is is configured and b) the configuration existed (but, again, it doesn’t).

https://app.netlify.com/account/dns/foodzzon.com

I also don’t show this domain configured for any Netlify sites. Did you delete the configuration already?

Hi @luke,

I apologize for my mistake. It was completely my fault that I added foodzzone.com before, not foodzzon.com (I added one extra ‘e’ by mistake).

Thank you for your time.

Hi @luke,
I think I have the same issue with the domain. I have described it in this thread

Can you please take a look. Thanks

@brokeyourbike, I replied there just now.