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I want to discontinue my netflix order

My dvd player is not working properly and I can't watch movies. I need to discontinue my Netflix order.

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You should be able to cancel your Netflix subscription on the netflix website. Just visit http://www.netflix.com sign in and visit your account settings.

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Posted on Apr 17, 2014

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When these problems occur, a message appears that explains a site error has occurred, directing the user back to the Netflix home page.

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Occasionally users encounter errors when attempting to log in to their Netflix accounts.

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