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I am trying to buy on ebay but it is telling me that HTTP 503 server requested is not availible yet I can access it from my PC what is wrong

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503 Service Unavailable (HTTP 1.1)
This code means that the service is temporarily unavailable, but should be restored in the future. If the server knows when it will be available again, a Retry-After header may also be supplied.
The above definition means that the server (their end) can't supply the requested information (your end) because it is unavailable (either busy or down). This probably because the server is too busy serving other peoples request. This may also be caused by some firewalls, try disabling it temporarily.

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