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Roku Support--. My Roku player has been working fine up to now. When I turn it on the Netflix Logo comes up, then when I push the center button fo the remote what comes up is "Checking Connection",then nothing happens. Please advise me regarding this problem. Ralph Harkness P.S. My Roku is only 10 days old and I have checked all the connections.

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