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Fixing Sling TV Error Code 6-402
If you are fond of watching live sports on ESPN, there may be an instance when you see the playback error code 6-402 on your Sling TV app. Some users reported the problem when they want to watch a sports game like NBA, NHL, or NFL.
According to Sling TV, one way to resolve the issue is to watch live sports directly on the ESPN app. Since Sling TV allows users to stream shows on selected channels through third-party apps, you can download the ESPN app and watch through there.
Solutions to error 2-6 on Sling Tv
The Sling TV error code 2-6 can occur because you have a poor internet connection. You should fix this problem by checking your internet cabling. A simple thing like an unplugged network connection can cause the error.
As such, plug in all unplugged cables to restore your connections. Note that this problem is not just for people that use Cat-5 cables. It can also occur if the power cords of your Wi-Fi Access Point or DSL modem are unplugged.
Video playback issues (Error 21-20 and error 24-1)
Sling TV errors 21-20 and 24-1 are video playback issues that occur when attempting to watch a program. When they happen, you will find that Sling is not loading, or you get a black screen before the error appears similar to this user on Amazon.
The errors are caused by issues such as network interruption, authentication problems, or a temporary glitch or bug in the system. They can also occur if you are experiencing buffering problems.
There are several ways to fix Sling TV error 21-20 and 24-1. The first one is to wait for the issue out to see if it will resolve itself. This will usually happen if there was a temporary glitch.
The other solution is to close the app then launch it. This will fix any temporary glitches or bugs affecting playback.
If the errors persist, the next best option is to uninstall the Sling TV app and installing a fresh, up-to-date version. Doing this will remove any bugs, corrupted data or cache, and settings that could be causing the error.
Sling error code 4-310 is another common error you are likely to encounter while streaming. It is an issue that occurs when the content you are trying to stream is not available.
The error can occur due to glitches in the system, bugs affecting your or device, or an outdated app.
You can fix the problem by restarting the app, which can remove any temporary glitches and issues. You can also try to switch the device you are using, for example, streaming Sling on Roku instead of your PC.
If the problem persists, you can try removing Sling and re-installing an up-to-date version.
Error 9-803 is an issue where Sling TV is stuck on loading. When the error occurs, the app will be stuck on the “Sling” screen. It can be quite annoying as the issue can take a long time to resolve.
It can be caused by issues such as network problems, a glitch in the app or device, or server issues on the Sling TV side.
The error can resolve itself over time, especially if the issue is on the Sling side. You can also try fixing it by restarting your app.
If this does not work, you should try restarting your streaming device. To do this, simply disconnect it from the power outlet, wait about 30 to 60 seconds, and plug it back in again.
If the issue stills remain unresolved, the next best course of action is to delete the app from your device.
Once it is uninstalled, restart the device and download and install a fresh and up-to-date version of the Sling TV app.