Netflix Error TVQ-ST-103: Fix On Blu-ray Players

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To get rid of Error TVQ-ST-103, users can mess with the
power or internet settings of a Blu-ray system. Because of the differences in
Blu-ray players, there are two available network fixes for the error.


Restart The Device


A restart is a quick way to get Netflix working without
dealing with network components. For this particular error it is effective
enough to be worth it for old or new models of the player.


1. Turn off the power and wait one minute.





2. Power the Blu-ray player back on.





3. Open the Netflix app and attempt to stream a show.





Restart The Internet


This fix temporarily knocks off any device connected to your
network. It will also get rid of any irregularities in the connection that
prevents Netflix from operating.


1. Turn off the Blu-ray player.





2. Unplug the modem and router from the wall and wait one
minute.





3. Plug the modem in first, then the router. Wait for the
lights to set on each device.





4. Turn the Blu-ray player back on and stream any show with Netflix.





Connect The Device To A Modem


A direct connection is needed to get past settings on the
router that prevent Netflix from connecting to its servers. If you tend to have
a lot of DNS errors, then this is the best fix to try.


1. Turn off the Blu-ray player.





2. Use an Ethernet cable to plug the player directly to the
modem.





3. Unplug the power from the modem and wait one minute.





4. Plug the modem back in and wait for the boot up sequence
to finish.





5. Turn on the Blu-ray player and Netflix should now be
working.