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xftv shows an error when trying to play online

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hello,

 

i've been trying to watch a show online on xftv and every video that i've tried to play shows this error:
 "sorry, this video is unavailable (error 525)"

 

what does that mean and how can i fix it?

 

HouseAwsome

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I am having the same problem. I can't seem to get any shows online since earlier today. I did watch one episode of The Wire but it kept stopping and I would have to press "resume" to get it going again.

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houseawsome & irenejames,

 

We were having some video issues last night into this morning. Please try again and let me know if videos are now working.

 

Thanks,
Joe
XfinityTV.com/Xfinity.com Support




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