should be. That sounds right. I'm pretty sure you can reset devices from the netflix menu and it clears anything out of a device you no longer have access to, too.
I have a 50" Pany that I tested out and attached my Netflix account to at my office. It's mounted and being sold with my home that I do not reside in (no internet connection so I can't connect to Vierra). The buyers wanted the TV and I'm letting them have it as part of the transaction but I don't want them messing around with my account. If I change my password, will the Netflix account be locked out?
Go into your netflix account and choose Manage devices and computers. Then click to Disconnect Devices.
It will disconnect all your devices from your Netflix account. It's completely assinine that after all these years you still can't deactivate individual devices, you can only shut them all out and then re-add the ones you still want.
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I logged into Netflix on my PS3 so it looks like it didn't work. I tried doing it on Chrome, IE, & Firefox and no luck. I'm calling their 800 # right now.
Edit: I called them up and they said the server is down and to re-try in a few days
Last edited by 4th Branch; 02-18-2012 at 07:06 PM.