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Usually buffering occurs when your internet provider cannot keep up with the streaming speed. If the connection to the internet is via a hard wired LAN cable, the problem may be because of a lot of traffic.
First solution is to reboot your cable modem and router
Another cause would be that the internet pathway between your TV and the streaming source, which has many node points may not be a fast one. The usual solution is to reestablish the connection . This may involve logging out and logging back in.
If your connection to the internet is by WiFi, the usual problem is that your wireless router is not fast enough and must be replaced by an updated and faster wireless router
Posted on Apr 29, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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