Netflix Error NW-3-6

How to fix Netflix Error NW-3-6

  • To fix Netflix error NW-3-6 to check if your network is supported or not and reset network settings and also change DNS settings.
  • Try restarting your streaming device and restart your router and modem to get rid of netflix nw-3-6 error.

Netflix nw-3-6 is an error which can be triggered when your device like roku, smart tv (Samsung, fire tv stick, Roku streaming device or any other smart tv) netflix is unable to reach and which raises network connectivity error or connection error which stops or disconnects reaching Netflix servers. SO below are simple steps by using these 5 methods you can get rid of netflix error nw-36 and fix this error.

This article let’s first focus on how to solve the Netflix nw-3-6 error. To solve this issue I will be showing you three solutions. Try each of the solutions and get your Netflix error solved.

How to Fix Netflix Error NW-3-6

Follow below troubleshooting steps to fix Netflix error NW-3-6.

Solution 1: Restart your Router / Modem

Step 1: Disconnect power cables from your router / modem 

Step 2: wait for 30 seconds

Step 3: Plug back disconnected cables back to your modem /router and restart your streaming device.

That’s it, once you restart your router and modem and also your streaming device you will not face netflx error nw-3-6 error again.

Solution 2:  Network Is Supported or Not

Step 1: Firstly, check that your network is supported or not.

Step 2:  Make sure that your internet administration is not blocking Netflix from their network. 

Step 3: If you are using mobile data try to reconnect it or restart your phone also sometimes this error happens for slow network and data connection.

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Solution 3: Restart Your Device

Step 1: Second solution  is restart your device . Sometimes this issue is resolved by restarting your device.

Step 2:  If you are using a mobile phone or laptop try to restart it. Once it restarted then access Netflix again it will work. If not, let’s move to the third solution.

Solution 4: Restore Network Connection 

In this solution, restore the default connection setting, if you are using a virtual private network VPN then disconnect it and access Netflix again. Sometimes they ban your account by using VPN.

Solution 5: Change DNS Settings to DNS Automatically

If you have changed your streaming device to a custom DNS setting try resetting the device to acquire DNS automatically.

What to do next if you have completed the steps above but are still having issues connecting to Netflix contact your internet service provider. They can help you determine whether your router is properly set up to communicate with the other devices on your home network.