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Ultimate Geek
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Topic # 191127 24-Jan-2016 19:44
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Well it's happened. My Netflix went down an hour ago on all devices. Just got either random errors or the spinning wheel.

iPhone Macbook and 2 Apple TV's wouldn't work.

2Degrees 200/200 UFB behind Unotelly at Fritzboz.

After a few reboots it still wasn't going so I headed over to Twitter to check Unotellys status.

Quite a few people having the issue. Luckily they have already resolved it.

Anybody having the issue take a read of the below Twitter conversation to resolve. I've done this and now it's working fine.

Well done Unotelly.

I guess that cat and mouse game starts now.

https://storify.com/pohq/conversation-with-joshdriel-unotelly-mdchris-and-p-56a46e2a110c74ee4bf8a841





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  Reply # 1477912 24-Jan-2016 19:50
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  Reply # 1477913 24-Jan-2016 19:51
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My bad. Didn't see that!

Thanks.





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  Reply # 1477914 24-Jan-2016 19:58
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You should post your findings on that page... It might help some others.

 

 




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  Reply # 1477918 24-Jan-2016 20:12
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Done!





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