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13 Ways to Fix Crackle Not Working On Browser (Chrome/Safari/Firefox)

This guide covers the best solutions for when Crackle isn’t working properly on browsers such as Google Chrome, Safari, Firefox etc.

Whether the Crackle website is affected by slow loading, blank pages, or error messages like “Something went wrong,” “500 Internal Server Error,” or “Cannot connect to Crackle,” this page will provide several quick fixes to get your Crackle website working again.

Why Is Crackle Not Working On Browser (Chrome/Safari/Firefox)

Here are a few reasons why the Crackle website is not working.

  • Crackle outage.
  • Outdated browser version.
  • VPN service interference.
  • System bugs.

How to Fix Crackle Not Working On Browser (Chrome/Safari/Firefox)

Here are a few things you can do to fix when the Crackle is not working on browsers.

1. Check if Crackle is down. Visit Downdetector to verify if there’s a Crackle outage. If yes, wait for it to be resolved.

2. Restart Browser. Close the browser using the X in the top right. After a few minutes, reopen the browser to see if the problem persists.

3. Restart your PC. If Crackle website is not functioning, resolving the issue might be as simple as restarting your PC. Give it a try and check if the problem is resolved.

4. Try browsing in incognito mode. If none of the above fixes have worked, try browsing in incognito mode to resolve connectivity issues.

5. Update Browser. Consider updating your browser to ensure you have the latest version. Follow these steps to accomplish that:

On Google Chrome: Click the three dots in the top right corner, then select Help > About Google Chrome.

On Firefox: Click the three lines in the top right corner, then select Help > About Firefox.

On Safari: Click Safari in the top menu bar, then select Preferences > General > check the box next to Automatically check for updates.

6. Restart your router. Reboot the Wi-Fi router for improved performance. These are the steps to follow in restarting the Wi-Fi router.

Switch off the router, disconnect it from devices and power.

Wait 3 minutes, then plug it in.

Wait for the signal, and reconnect to the internet.

7. Disable browser extensions. Browser extensions can be useful but might cause conflicts, disrupting Crackle loading if corrupt or buggy. Try disabling extensions to check for connectivity issues.

On Google Chrome: Click the three dots in the top right corner >  More tools > Extensions

On Firefox: Click the three lines in the top right corner > Add-ons > Extensions

On Safari: Click Safari in the top menu bar, then select Preferences > Extensions

8. Clear your browser cache. To resolve various problems that may arise while accessing the Crackle website, you can address them by clearing your browser cache.

Clear cache quickly via Ctrl+Shift+Del (Windows) or Command+Shift+Delete (Mac). Otherwise, try your browser’s Settings, Privacy, or Advanced options.

Tip: You can perform a hard reload Crackle to bypass the browser’s cache and force it to download the latest version of the pages. To do this, hold down the Shift key and press F5 (Windows) or Command + Shift + R (Mac).

9. Reset browser. This action restores all settings of the browser to their factory defaults, and here’s the process.

On Chrome: Click the three dots in the top right corner. Navigate to Settings > Reset Settings > Restore Settings to Their Original Defaults > Reset Settings.

10. Disable your VPN. Temporarily disable your VPN and check if Crackle works. Steps may vary depending on your VPN provider.

11. Disable your antivirus program. While not ideal, temporarily disable your antivirus if Crackle isn’t working. For a lasting fix, add Crackle website as an exception in your antivirus settings. Refer to your antivirus software’s help pages for guidance and remember to re-enable your antivirus after using Crackle.

12. Turn off proxy servers. If you’re still encountering problems with Crackle, consider disabling proxy servers in your browser.

On Chrome: Click the three dots in the top right corner. Go to Settings > System > Open your computer’s proxy settings > Ensure Automatically Detect Settings and Use a Proxy Server are off.

13. Contact Crackle support. If none of the above fixes work, contact Crackle support for assistance.

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