Netflix Not Working On Fire Tv

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Many users have recently started to experience difficulties using Netflix on their Fire TV devices. If you’re experiencing this problem, here are some helpful tips to try and get your Netflix working again on Fire TV.

Check Your Network Connection

The first thing you should do is make sure your Fire TV device is connected to the internet. It’s important to make sure that your router is working properly and that you have a strong internet signal.

If you’re not sure about your connection, you can run a connection test on your device:

  • Select the Settings icon on your Fire TV interface.
  • Go to Network.
  • Select Test Internet Connection to make sure you have a strong network connection.

Force Stop & Clear Data on Netflix

Sometimes Netflix doesn’t actually get stuck but instead takes a while to load. If this is the case, here are the steps to force stop the Netflix app and clear its data:

  • Select the Settings icon on your Fire TV interface.
  • Choose Applications.
  • Select Manage Installed Applications.
  • Find and select Netflix.
  • Select Force Stop.
  • Select Clear Data.

After doing this, try relaunching Netflix and see if the issue is resolved.

Restart Your Device and Network

If neither of the above steps have fixed your issue, you can try restarting your Fire TV device and your internet router. Restarting these devices can help reset any connection issues.

To restart your Fire TV, simply unplug it from the power outlet, wait a few minutes, and plug it back in.

To restart your router, simply unplug it from the power outlet, wait a few minutes and plug it back in.

After doing this, try loading up Netflix and see if it works.

It’s not always easy to fix something that isn’t working, but with some patience, you can usually get Netflix working again on Fire TV.