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Some common errors can occur when streaming Netflix videos. But under Windows 10 Netflix App, you may encounter problems that are not visible on other platforms. This article provides some tips to help you correct the U7353 error, which is a common error for Windows 10 Netflix users. When you are confronted with this error, you may receive the following error message:
Whoops, something went wrong …
We’re having trouble playing this title right now. Please try again later or select a different title.
Why do you get this Netflix U7353 error?
1 The application has not been updated. Netflix and Windows 10 PC.
2. problems after the Creator for Windows update.
In recent days, so many users have experienced the Netflix U7252 error when streaming movies or TV shows. This has become a very common bug for Windows 10 users, especially after the creator update.
Error code: U7353
Resetting the Netflix application
- Select the Windows menu icon in the lower left corner.
- Use your keyboard to enter applications and functions.
- Select Apps & Features in the search results.
- Select Netflix.
- Select Advanced options.
- Choose Reset.
- Choose Reset again to confirm.
- Try Netflix again.
Logout from Netflix
To avoid the U7353 Netflix error on Windows 10 PC, first try to log out of the application.
Step 1 – Click on More options in the upper right corner of the Netflix application. Click on the Logout button. Click again on the Logout button to confirm your action.
Step 3 – Log back into the application and check that the error code is still displayed. If the disconnection did not bring any relief, follow the following solution.
Check for Windows update
From time to time, Microsoft publishes updates for Windows operating systems that fix many operating system problems and vulnerabilities. To correct the Netflix U7353 error code, you can check if there is a Netflix App update for your Windows 10 computer.
To check whether a Windows update is available or not, you must open the Update and Security menu item under Settings.
Here you will see the Windows Update option. Search here for the available update and install it on your system, if available.
Reinstalling the Netflix application.
The last thing you can try to fix is to completely uninstall and reinstall the Netflix application. This generally works and if you have already used the Netflix support service, they will suggest that you try to solve the problem. To uninstall Netflix from Windows 10, right-click the Netflix icon on your Start/Application list menu and select Uninstall.
Once the application is deleted, restart your computer, once it has restarted and you have reconnected, go to the Windows store and download the application again. Once the application is freshly installed, log back into Netflix. You should now be free of the U7353 error. If you have tried all the above steps and still experience the problem regularly, call Netflix Customer Service.
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