Can't use two load balancers for the same Kubernetes pool?

I set up my Kubernetes. At first, it was one load balancer serving my static content and everything was working fine. Now, I’ve tried adding a second load balancer to serve my API but it doesn’t seem to work. In the control panel, it shows it’s not working Screenshot

And when I run kubectl get all it appears to all be working fine:

NAME                                READY   STATUS              RESTARTS   AGE                                                                                                                                                              pod/cinch-engine-8b8fb784b-zqkbw    1/1     Running             0          28m
pod/cinch-static-64f9b98d88-tj5jl   1/1     Running             0          73m
pod/pgdb-85c5d747cc-n6jn8           1/1     Running             5          73m

NAME                                 TYPE           CLUSTER-IP       EXTERNAL-IP      PORT(S)        AGE
service/cinch-engine-load-balancer   LoadBalancer     80:31173/TCP   73m
service/cinch-static-load-balancer   LoadBalancer   80:30119/TCP   73m
service/kubernetes                   ClusterIP       <none>           443/TCP        4d5h
service/pgdb                         ClusterIP    <none>           5432/TCP       73m

NAME                           READY   UP-TO-DATE   AVAILABLE   AGE
deployment.apps/cinch-engine   1/1     1            1           73m
deployment.apps/cinch-static   1/1     1            1           73m
deployment.apps/pgdb           1/1     1            1           73m

NAME                                      DESIRED   CURRENT   READY   AGE
replicaset.apps/cinch-engine-8b8fb784b    1         1         1       28m
replicaset.apps/cinch-static-64f9b98d88   1         1         1       73m
replicaset.apps/pgdb-85c5d747cc           1         1         1       73m

NAME                             COMPLETIONS   DURATION   AGE
job.batch/cinch-engine-migrate   1/1           4m21s      73m
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This question was answered by @clondon:

Thank you for the help. It turns out I was binding to instead of The problem has nothing to do with Kubernetes, DigitalOcean, or LoadBalancers. This question can be deleted as I can’t imagine it will be relevant to anyone else.

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