Unsubscribing to Disney+ wouldn't have anything to do with why your TVs aren't connecting to the Internet. The first thing to try is to restart your network equipment - gateway/modem/router. Just unplug the power for several seconds and plug it back in. Do the same thing to the TVs.
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I am having the same issue. I have a brand new Roku and it asks what language and I click English. Then is shows finding wireless networks and will stay on that screen for hours. I’ve tried to unplug and reset both my wireless router and my Roku box. My wireless router is literally 2 feet away from the Roku box
After trying like all the other hundreds of people getting roku to connect, unplugging, restarting, secret rooms, login screen changes, I finally got my roku to work. My sparklight isp uses an arris modem/router wireless combination. It worked fine with cam, phone, switches, but not roku. You could see the roku and other devices on the login client list, but the roku would not go thru to connect to the internet. The roku would connect with eithernet just fine, but I wanted to be able to connect to the internet with wireless also. The following might work for you. I connected a Netgear AC1000 router to my sparklight router/modem and the setup was easy. I went thru the roku wireless setup and found my NETGEAR22, typed in the password and instantly connected with two green checkmarks. I was connected. Worked just fine.
I have a current subscription to Disney + and it keeps telling me it can't connect to the internet. This only happens on the Roku TCL TV I just purchased. I have uninstalled the app, reset the system, reinstalled and still it won't connect.
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