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Error Code: m7053-1803 – Netflix Issue Solved

You are watching your favorite movie on Netflix and suddenly an error message comes on the screen – Error Code M7053-1803. It is very much irritating if it suddenly stops the movie. If you experience it on then you are in the right clinic. It states that the stored info on the browser needs to be refreshed.

Many people have reported us about this error code. Relax, just follow our stepwise guidance to solve this issue. Without wasting time, Let’s see how to fix error code: M7053-1803.

Main Reason Behind This Problem

The issue can also be generated by certificate issues. If you are going through a proxy (such as squid) then ensure you are accepting a certificate that is hidden by Silverlight.
This can also possibly be the reason behind errors like the Netflix Error Code UI-122 in some cases. But that would have a different set of solutions.

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Proven Solutions For Both Windows And Mac Users

For Windows Users

The below-mentioned steps are only for Windows users. Take a look at it:

Restart Your PC

Without doing anything, simply Restart the PC and try the Netflix again.

Clear Browsing Data

Clear all Google Chrome Browsing Data with the help of this step:

  • Hit the Chrome three dotted vertical menu button on the Toolbar.
  • Choose ‘Settings’ option from there. Then Scroll down the page and hit ‘Advanced’ option.
  • Now select ‘Clear Browsing Data’ just under the ‘Privacy and security’ tab. Next, go for the ‘Advanced’ tab.
  • Here you will find ‘Time Range’ drop-down, choose ‘All time’ from the option. Now you have to tick on ‘Cookies and other site data’ as well as ‘Media licenses’.
  • Then hit on ‘Clear data’ option and wait for some time.
  • Then try the Netflix again

Take Help From IndexedDB

There is only one help you can take from the IndexedDB that you have to delete the IndexedDB.

  • Open the Google Chrome and in the URL bar simply type ‘chrome://settings’ and hit the ‘Enter’ button.
  • Then Scroll down the page and choose ‘Show advanced settings…’. after that under the ‘Privacy’, go for the ‘Content settings’
  • Here under the ‘Cookies’, you have to select ‘All cookies and site data’ option. Also, type ‘Netflix’ in the search bar to search all stored Netflix cookies.
  • You can Delete any cookie in Locally stored data column by choosing that particular cookie and tapping X.
  • After completing this process Restart the Chrome Browser and try again with Netflix.

Reset Settings

This step removes all kind of Browser issues not only Netflix issue. So, go through it:

Open the Google Chrome and in the URL bar simply type ‘chrome://settings’ and hit the ‘Enter’ button. Then choose the ‘Advanced’ option and scroll the page to Reset section and hit on ‘Reset’.

After that select ‘Yes’ to confirm and go again with the Netflix.
After completing the above steps successfully, you can watch your favorite media again.

For Mac users

If you are a Mac user then this below mentioned steps only for you. Simply go through it and fix the issue. Let’s move:

Restart The PC

When you are facing this type of problem, simply Restart the PC and try the Netflix again.

Clear Browsing Data

  • Open the Google Chrome and choose ‘Settings’ then scroll down and choose ‘Advanced’ option.
  • Now select the ‘Clear Browsing Data’ option and ‘Advanced’ tab respectively.
  • Then in the Time range menu select ‘All time’ option. Check ‘Cookies and other site data’ and Media licenses also.
  • Hit on ‘Clear data’ and Start the Netflix again.

Remove IndexedDB

This one of the best solution to fix the error. Simply, remove the IndexedDB from the PC Browser.
Type ‘chrome://settings’ on the Browser URL and click on the ‘Enter’. After that select ‘Show advanced settings…’ option and hit on ‘Content settings’.

Now under the ‘Cookies’ option tap on ‘All cookies and site data’. Then directly go to the search bar and type ‘Netflix’ to open all Netflix cookies. You have to delete all Netflix related files. Next, Restart The Browser and try again.

Change Chrome Settings

If the three above steps are failed to give a solution then go to this step and get a secure solution.
Directly go to the Advanced tab by following the above steps. Then, scroll down to Reset and click on it.
Then a pop up will come on the screen simply hit on ‘Yes’ option. Now the Reset process is done and you can try Netflix again.
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