Netflix Error NW-4-7

If you experience the error code NW-4-7, it usually means there's information stored on your device that needs to be refreshed, or that there's a network connectivity issue. Follow the troubleshooting steps for your device below to resolve the issue.

Blu-ray player

Sign out of Netflix

  1. From the Netflix homescreen, go left to open the menu.

  2. From the bottom of the menu, go right and select Get Help.

  3. Select Sign out.

  4. Sign back in, then try Netflix again.

If you're on an error screen:

  1. Select More Details.

  2. Select Sign out or Reset.

  3. Sign back in, then try Netflix again.

If you can't find Sign out, press these buttons in order on your remote: Up, Up, Down, Down, Left, Right, Left, Right, Up, Up, Up, Up. Then, select Sign out, Reset, or Deactivate.

Check your Netflix app version

  1. On the error screen, select More Details.

  2. Select Device Information.

  3. On the SDK version or Platform version row, check your SDK version.

    • If your SDK version is 4.0.6 or higher, continue to the next set of troubleshooting steps.

    • If your SDK version is between 4.0 and 4.0.5, your device is running an older version of Netflix and is likely to experience this error often. You can update your SDK version with the following steps:

      • Check for a firmware update for your device. Your device manufacturer may already offer an update to version 4.0.6 or higher. For assistance checking for a firmware update, consult the device manual or contact the manufacturer.

      • Perform a factory reset of your device. Your device may need to return to factory settings to properly support Netflix. If you are unfamiliar with how to perform a factory reset, please reach out to the device manufacturer for assistance.

      • Contact your device manufacturer. Check with your device manufacturer to see when your device is scheduled to receive a new version of Netflix in a firmware update. You may need to stream on another device until that time.

Restart your home network

  1. Turn off your device, then unplug your modem and router from power.

  2. After 30 seconds, plug in your modem and router.

  3. Wait 1 minute, then turn on your device.

  4. Try Netflix again.

Note:
Some devices, modems, and routers might take longer to reconnect to the Internet.

Improve your Wi-Fi signal

To improve your Wi-Fi:

  • Move your router and your device closer to each other. If possible, put them in the same room.

  • Move your router away from other wireless devices and appliances.

  • Keep your router in an open space off the floor. Routers get better reception when on a desk or bookshelf.

Contact your internet service provider

If the steps don't fix the problem, contact your internet service provider (ISP) for help fixing a network connection issue.

Your ISP can:

  • Check for an internet outage in your area.

  • Fix common router or modem issues and incorrect network settings.

  • Restart or reset your network's connection.

While talking with your ISP, let them know:

  • Whether the issue happens only on one device, or other devices on the same network.

  • Whether your device connects using Wi-Fi or directly using a cable.

Before you finish talking with your ISP:

  • Using a web browser, go to fast.com to test your internet speed and connection directly to Netflix.

  • Try playing Netflix again to make sure the problem is fixed.

PlayStation 3

Check if your network can play Netflix

Public networks:

For Wi-Fi in places like a café, hotel, or school, ask if video services like Netflix are blocked.

Private networks:

Check if your connection is slower than our recommended speeds and contact your internet service provider if you need help.

Connections like mobile hotspots, cellular, or satellite networks might be too slow to use Netflix.


Change DNS settings to default

  1. From the main menu, go to Settings.

  2. Choose Network Settings > Internet Connection Settings > OK.

  3. Choose Custom.

  4. Choose the connection type you use:

    • For Wireless, choose these options:

      • Under the WLAN section, choose Enter Manually.

      • Choose IP Address Setting.

    • For Wired Connection, choose Auto-Detect for Operation mode.

  5. As you go through the next settings, choose these options:

    • IP Address Setting > Automatic

    • DHCP Host > Do Not Set

    • DNS Setting > Automatic

    • Proxy Server > Do Not Use

    • MTU > Automatic

    • UPnP > Enable

  6. To save your settings, press the X button.

  7. Choose Test Connection.

  8. Try Netflix again.

Restart your home network

  1. Turn off or unplug your video game console.

  2. Unplug your modem (and your wireless router, if it's a separate device) from power for 30 seconds.

  3. Plug in your modem and wait until no new indicator lights are blinking on. If your router is separate from your modem, plug it in and wait until no new indicator lights are blinking on.

  4. Turn your game console back on and try Netflix again.

Contact your internet service provider

If the steps don't fix the problem, contact your internet service provider (ISP) for help fixing a network connection issue.

Your ISP can:

  • Check for an internet outage in your area.

  • Fix common router or modem issues and incorrect network settings.

  • Restart or reset your network's connection.

While talking with your ISP, let them know:

  • Whether the issue happens only on one device, or other devices on the same network.

  • Whether your device connects using Wi-Fi or directly using a cable.

Before you finish talking with your ISP:

  • Using a web browser, go to fast.com to test your internet speed and connection directly to Netflix.

  • Try playing Netflix again to make sure the problem is fixed.

PlayStation 4

Check if your network can play Netflix

Public networks:

For Wi-Fi in places like a café, hotel, or school, ask if video services like Netflix are blocked.

Private networks:

Check if your connection is slower than our recommended speeds and contact your internet service provider if you need help.

Connections like mobile hotspots, cellular, or satellite networks might be too slow to use Netflix.


Verify your DNS settings

  1. From the main menu, go to Settings.

  2. Select Network > Set Up Internet Connection.

  3. Choose the connection type you use:

    • For Use Wi-Fi choose Custom, then choose your Wi-Fi network.

    • For Use a LAN Cable choose Custom > Operation mode.

  4. As you go through the next settings, choose these options:

    • IP Address Settings > Automatic

    • DHCP Host > Don't Specify

    • DNS Settings > Automatic

    • Proxy Server > Don't Use

    • MTU Settings > Automatic

  5. Choose Test Connection.

  6. Try Netflix again.

Restart your home network

  1. Turn off or unplug your video game console.

  2. Unplug your modem (and your wireless router, if it's a separate device) from power for 30 seconds.

  3. Plug in your modem and wait until no new indicator lights are blinking on. If your router is separate from your modem, plug it in and wait until no new indicator lights are blinking on.

  4. Turn your game console back on and try Netflix again.

Contact your internet service provider

If the steps don't fix the problem, contact your internet service provider (ISP) for help fixing a network connection issue.

Your ISP can:

  • Check for an internet outage in your area.

  • Fix common router or modem issues and incorrect network settings.

  • Restart or reset your network's connection.

While talking with your ISP, let them know:

  • Whether the issue happens only on one device, or other devices on the same network.

  • Whether your device connects using Wi-Fi or directly using a cable.

Before you finish talking with your ISP:

  • Using a web browser, go to fast.com to test your internet speed and connection directly to Netflix.

  • Try playing Netflix again to make sure the problem is fixed.

PlayStation 5

Check if your network can play Netflix

Public networks:

For Wi-Fi in places like a café, hotel, or school, ask if video services like Netflix are blocked.

Private networks:

Check if your connection is slower than our recommended speeds and contact your internet service provider if you need help.

Connections like mobile hotspots, cellular, or satellite networks might be too slow to use Netflix.


Verify your DNS settings

  1. From the Home screen go to Settings settings.

  2. Select Network > Settings > Set Up Internet Connection.

  3. Choose the connection type you use:

    • For wireless, choose your Wi-Fi network name > Advanced Settings

    • For wired, choose Wired LAN > Advanced Settings.

  4. As you go through the next settings, choose these options:

    • IP Address Settings > Automatic

    • DHCP Host > Don't Specify

    • DNS Settings > Automatic

    • Proxy Server > Don't Use

    • MTU Settings > Automatic

  5. Select OK to test your connection.

  6. Try Netflix again.

Restart your home network

  1. Turn off your device, then unplug your modem and router from power.

  2. After 30 seconds, plug in your modem and router.

  3. Wait 1 minute, then turn on your device.

  4. Try Netflix again.

Note:
Some devices, modems, and routers might take longer to reconnect to the Internet.

What to do next

We're looking into this problem. To help us investigate, please contact Netflix Customer Service.

Roku

Sign out of Netflix

Sign out of Netflix on your Roku. Once you have signed out, sign back in and try Netflix again.

Restart your device

  1. Turn off your device. If your device has a power cable, unplug it.

  2. Make sure your device is completely off, not just in sleep or standby mode.

  3. Leave your device off for 15 seconds.

  4. Turn on your device and try Netflix again.

Restart your home network

  1. Unplug your device from power.

  2. Unplug your modem and router from power.

  3. Wait 30 seconds.

  4. Plug in your modem.

  5. Wait 1 minute.

  6. Plug in your router.

  7. Wait 1 minute.

  8. Plug in your device.

  9. Try Netflix again.

Some modems and routers might take longer to reconnect.

Restore your default connection settings

If you've changed the connection settings on your device, you'll need to change them back to default.

These settings could include:

  • Custom modem settings.

  • Virtual Private Network (VPN) or proxy service settings.

  • Custom DNS settings.

If you need help changing these settings, contact the device manufacturer.

Once you've reset these settings, try Netflix again.

Contact your internet service provider

If the steps don't fix the problem, contact your internet service provider (ISP) for help fixing a network connection issue.

Your ISP can:

  • Check for an internet outage in your area.

  • Fix common router or modem issues and incorrect network settings.

  • Restart or reset your network's connection.

While talking with your ISP, let them know:

  • Whether the issue happens only on one device, or other devices on the same network.

  • Whether your device connects using Wi-Fi or directly using a cable.

Before you finish talking with your ISP:

  • Using a web browser, go to fast.com to test your internet speed and connection directly to Netflix.

  • Try playing Netflix again to make sure the problem is fixed.

Set-top box or streaming media player

Sign out of Netflix

  1. From the Netflix homescreen, go left to open the menu.

  2. From the bottom of the menu, go right and select Get Help.

  3. Select Sign out.

  4. Sign back in, then try Netflix again.

If you're on an error screen:

  1. Select More Details.

  2. Select Sign out or Reset.

  3. Sign back in, then try Netflix again.

If you can't find Sign out, press these buttons in order on your remote: Up, Up, Down, Down, Left, Right, Left, Right, Up, Up, Up, Up. Then, select Sign out, Reset, or Deactivate.

Restart your device

  1. Turn off your device. If your device has a power cable, unplug it.

  2. Make sure your device is completely off, not just in sleep or standby mode.

  3. Leave your device off for 15 seconds.

  4. Turn on your device and try Netflix again.

Check your Netflix app version

  1. On the error screen, select More Details.

  2. Select Device Information.

  3. On the SDK version or Platform version row, check your SDK version.

    • If your SDK version is 4.0.6 or higher, continue to the next set of troubleshooting steps.

    • If your SDK version is between 4.0 and 4.0.5, your device is running an older version of Netflix and is likely to experience this error often. You can update your SDK version with the following steps:

      • Check for a firmware update for your device. Your device manufacturer may already offer an update to version 4.0.6 or higher. For assistance checking for a firmware update, consult the device manual or contact the manufacturer.

      • Perform a factory reset of your device. Your device may need to return to factory settings to properly support Netflix. If you are unfamiliar with how to perform a factory reset, please reach out to the device manufacturer for assistance.

      • Contact your device manufacturer. Check with your device manufacturer to see when your device is scheduled to receive a new version of Netflix in a firmware update. You may need to stream on another device until that time.

Restart your home network

  1. Turn off your device, then unplug your modem and router from power.

  2. After 30 seconds, plug in your modem and router.

  3. Wait 1 minute, then turn on your device.

  4. Try Netflix again.

Note:
Some devices, modems, and routers might take longer to reconnect to the Internet.

Improve your Wi-Fi signal

To improve your Wi-Fi:

  • Move your router and your device closer to each other. If possible, put them in the same room.

  • Move your router away from other wireless devices and appliances.

  • Keep your router in an open space off the floor. Routers get better reception when on a desk or bookshelf.

Contact your internet service provider

If the steps don't fix the problem, contact your internet service provider (ISP) for help fixing a network connection issue.

Your ISP can:

  • Check for an internet outage in your area.

  • Fix common router or modem issues and incorrect network settings.

  • Restart or reset your network's connection.

While talking with your ISP, let them know:

  • Whether the issue happens only on one device, or other devices on the same network.

  • Whether your device connects using Wi-Fi or directly using a cable.

Before you finish talking with your ISP:

  • Using a web browser, go to fast.com to test your internet speed and connection directly to Netflix.

  • Try playing Netflix again to make sure the problem is fixed.

Smart TV

Go to Netflix.com on a web browser

  1. Using a computer, phone, or tablet, connect to the same network or Wi-Fi as the device with the problem.

  2. Open a web browser and go to netflix.com/clearcookies.

  3. From the top right, click Sign In.

  4. Sign in to your Netflix account.

    • If you get the error NSEZ-403, it means we can't connect your account to Netflix right now. Try again later.

    • If you don't get an error, continue to the next steps.

Sign out of Netflix

  1. From the Netflix homescreen, go left to open the menu.

  2. From the bottom of the menu, go right and select Get Help.

  3. Select Sign out.

  4. Sign back in, then try Netflix again.

If you're on an error screen:

  1. Select More Details.

  2. Select Sign out or Reset.

  3. Sign back in, then try Netflix again.

If you can't find Sign out, press these buttons in order on your remote: Up, Up, Down, Down, Left, Right, Left, Right, Up, Up, Up, Up. Then, select Sign out, Reset, or Deactivate.

Check your Netflix app version

  1. On the error screen, select More Details.

  2. Select Device Information.

  3. On the SDK version or Platform version row, check your SDK version.

    • If your SDK version is 4.0.6 or higher, continue to the next set of troubleshooting steps.

    • If your SDK version is between 4.0 and 4.0.5, your device is running an older version of Netflix and is likely to experience this error often. You can update your SDK version with the following steps:

      • Check for a firmware update for your device. Your device manufacturer may already offer an update to version 4.0.6 or higher. For assistance checking for a firmware update, consult the device manual or contact the manufacturer.

      • Perform a factory reset of your device. Your device may need to return to factory settings to properly support Netflix. If you are unfamiliar with how to perform a factory reset, please reach out to the device manufacturer for assistance.

      • Contact your device manufacturer. Check with your device manufacturer to see when your device is scheduled to receive a new version of Netflix in a firmware update. You may need to stream on another device until that time.

Restart your home network

  1. Turn off your device, then unplug your modem and router from power.

  2. After 30 seconds, plug in your modem and router.

  3. Wait 1 minute, then turn on your device.

  4. Try Netflix again.

Note:
Some devices, modems, and routers might take longer to reconnect to the Internet.

Improve your Wi-Fi signal

To improve your Wi-Fi:

  • Move your router and your device closer to each other. If possible, put them in the same room.

  • Move your router away from other wireless devices and appliances.

  • Keep your router in an open space off the floor. Routers get better reception when on a desk or bookshelf.

Contact your internet service provider

If the steps don't fix the problem, contact your internet service provider (ISP) for help fixing a network connection issue.

Your ISP can:

  • Check for an internet outage in your area.

  • Fix common router or modem issues and incorrect network settings.

  • Restart or reset your network's connection.

While talking with your ISP, let them know:

  • Whether the issue happens only on one device, or other devices on the same network.

  • Whether your device connects using Wi-Fi or directly using a cable.

Before you finish talking with your ISP:

  • Using a web browser, go to fast.com to test your internet speed and connection directly to Netflix.

  • Try playing Netflix again to make sure the problem is fixed.

Xbox 360

Check if your network can play Netflix

Public networks:

For Wi-Fi in places like a café, hotel, or school, ask if video services like Netflix are blocked.

Private networks:

Check if your connection is slower than our recommended speeds and contact your internet service provider if you need help.

Connections like mobile hotspots, cellular, or satellite networks might be too slow to use Netflix.


Confirm your Xbox's DNS settings

  1. Press the Guide button on your controller.

  2. Go to Settings and choose System Settings.

  3. Choose Network Settings.

  4. Choose your network then choose Configure Network.

  5. Choose DNS Settings and choose Automatic.

  6. Turn your Xbox off and back on.

  7. Try Netflix again.

Restart your home network

  1. Turn off or unplug your video game console.

  2. Unplug your modem (and your wireless router, if it's a separate device) from power for 30 seconds.

  3. Plug in your modem and wait until no new indicator lights are blinking on. If your router is separate from your modem, plug it in and wait until no new indicator lights are blinking on.

  4. Turn your game console back on and try Netflix again.

Contact your internet service provider

If the steps don't fix the problem, contact your internet service provider (ISP) for help fixing a network connection issue.

Your ISP can:

  • Check for an internet outage in your area.

  • Fix common router or modem issues and incorrect network settings.

  • Restart or reset your network's connection.

While talking with your ISP, let them know:

  • Whether the issue happens only on one device, or other devices on the same network.

  • Whether your device connects using Wi-Fi or directly using a cable.

Before you finish talking with your ISP:

  • Using a web browser, go to fast.com to test your internet speed and connection directly to Netflix.

  • Try playing Netflix again to make sure the problem is fixed.

Xbox One

Check if your network can play Netflix

Public networks:

For Wi-Fi in places like a café, hotel, or school, ask if video services like Netflix are blocked.

Private networks:

Check if your connection is slower than our recommended speeds and contact your internet service provider if you need help.

Connections like mobile hotspots, cellular, or satellite networks might be too slow to use Netflix.


Confirm your Xbox's DNS settings

  1. Press the Xbox button to open the Guide.

  2. From the Profile & system menu, choose Settings.

  3. Choose General > Network Settings > Advanced Settings > DNS Settings.

  4. Choose Automatic.

  5. Try Netflix again.

Restart your home network

  1. Turn off or unplug your video game console.

  2. Unplug your modem (and your wireless router, if it's a separate device) from power for 30 seconds.

  3. Plug in your modem and wait until no new indicator lights are blinking on. If your router is separate from your modem, plug it in and wait until no new indicator lights are blinking on.

  4. Turn your game console back on and try Netflix again.

Contact your internet service provider

If the steps don't fix the problem, contact your internet service provider (ISP) for help fixing a network connection issue.

Your ISP can:

  • Check for an internet outage in your area.

  • Fix common router or modem issues and incorrect network settings.

  • Restart or reset your network's connection.

While talking with your ISP, let them know:

  • Whether the issue happens only on one device, or other devices on the same network.

  • Whether your device connects using Wi-Fi or directly using a cable.

Before you finish talking with your ISP:

  • Using a web browser, go to fast.com to test your internet speed and connection directly to Netflix.

  • Try playing Netflix again to make sure the problem is fixed.

Xbox Series X/S

Check if your network can play Netflix

Public networks:

For Wi-Fi in places like a café, hotel, or school, ask if video services like Netflix are blocked.

Private networks:

Check if your connection is slower than our recommended speeds and contact your internet service provider if you need help.

Connections like mobile hotspots, cellular, or satellite networks might be too slow to use Netflix.


Confirm your Xbox's DNS settings

  1. Press the Xbox button to open the Guide.

  2. From the Profile & system menu, choose Settings.

  3. Choose General > Network Settings > Advanced Settings > DNS Settings.

  4. Choose Automatic.

  5. Try Netflix again.

Restart your home network

  1. Turn off your device, then unplug your modem and router from power.

  2. After 30 seconds, plug in your modem and router.

  3. Wait 1 minute, then turn on your device.

  4. Try Netflix again.

Note:
Some devices, modems, and routers might take longer to reconnect to the Internet.

What to do next

We're looking into this problem. To help us investigate, please contact Netflix Customer Service.

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