Do you really think I'm gonna buy that all of a sudden the electrical Ferry came in and zapped out all of our power???
or is it....buy another Roku stick?
Just tell me the truth so I can bypass hours of aggravation.
Is what it is...
After Moving my 150 inch monster Flat screen sitting on a special slab of granite..
All that you have to do is plug into different plug, Apparently the electrical got eaten up by some monster in the wall because all I did was plug it into another extension not even a wall and it's fine now..
Now I don't even remember why I turned the stupid TV on so thank you very much for that....
Ugh..thanks roku for the hour long interruption that took less then a min.
So no need to get in touch with your Tech people... no need to tell you what ID I have and what roku system I'm using ...no need to private message anyone..
My Roku had the insufficinet power message show up on my screen. This Roku is plugged directly into a wall outlet. I've tried all of the troubleshooting options on the Roku website and nothing has worked. Do I need to get a new Roku? Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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My roku stopped working, giving me the "insufficient power" screen. Tried a new cable, new power adapter, new outlet and nothing worked. We have an older model of the "express" I guess, it's just a flat rectangle as opposed to the rounded new version of the express. But I can't access the settings to get the serial number since I can't get into the device past the insufficient power message. Our roku has been working fine for months, what changed?!