When I was using Netflix in Safari, I got the error code S7363-1260-FFFFD1C1. Many users have also complained that they get an error like whoops something went wrong…unexpected, Netflix site error, Netflix not working, and some unexpected error. Are you facing this same problem? If yes, then read this article. Here I am going to tell you some solutions to solve this Netflix Error in Safari.
Solution 1: Shut down and Restart your Mac
- Press and hold the power button until the MacBook goes Shut Down. It may take 4-5 seconds.
- And wait for a few seconds and again turn on your device. So press the Power button.
- Another way to restart your Mac is, click the Apple menu and select “Shut Down”.
- That’s it.
Check if the problem still on your Mac, then follow the upcoming steps.
Solution 2: Close all the media player
If you’re using any media player in the background, close it. For that,
- Select the Apple icon on the left corner of the screen.
- Then click the Force Quit option.
- And if any media player running in the background, select that one and Force Quit.
- After that, close the safari and restart your device.
- Now, check if it is working fine on Netflix in the safari.
- That’s it.
Solution 3: Remove Netflix Website Data
- Go to the Safari menu on the top left corner of the screen.
- Select the Preference and click Privacy.
- Under the Cookies and Website Data, select the Manage Windows Data.
- In the search bar, type as Netflix.
- And then click the Remove button.
- Now the Netflix data will be deleted on mac.
- Then Force Quit the safari and make sure that Netflix working on the safari.
- Clear the cache in the safari menu. This method is working for one Mac user. And they suggested doing this.
- Try to use any other different browser to watch Netflix.
The above-mentioned solution is a simple method to resolve the problem. Guys, I thought this article has solved your problem on Netflix. And if you have any clarification regarding this article, tell us through your comments.