With so many video streaming services, it is always better if you can get more. Well, Roku streaming player is one such device that you can make use to stream content from already available streaming services and watch them on your TV along with access to about 500000+ movies and shows directly from online free and paid channels. Roku Streaming players are priced correct which is one of the reasons behind its such huge popularity.
However, there are times when Roku streaming players have been reported by the users regarding not functioning as they were it to work. If you are also facing an issue where your Roku streaming player is not powering on then, you are at the right place as in this post, we will guide you on how you can fix this issue with your Roku streaming player. So, with that being said, let us now take a look at the article itself:
How to Fix If Roku Streaming Player Not Powering On?
Note that there are certain Roku streaming players that require you to plug in the power adapter provided with that player to the power socket. Whereas, there are other Roku streaming players like Roku Express and Roku Streaming sticks which can be powered via the USB ports on your TV. This depends on TV’s functionality as there are several TVs that do not support powering Roku players via USB.
Here are some of the quick fixes if the light in your Roku streaming player is showing:
- Light is ON: In such cases, you might have connected the player using a faulty cable or wrong input source has been selected on your TV.
- Light is SOLID RED: In such situations, this indicates that your Roku streaming player might be overheating. Here, you need to plug off the player and let it cool down for some time.
- Light is FLASHING RED: This indicates that your Roku streaming player is getting insufficient power.
Now, there are some other fixes that you can try out which would work if you have connected the Roku player via a power outlet or via the USB port of your TV.
If connected to a wall power outlet
If you have connected the Roku player to a wall power outlet then make sure that:
- You use the included power cable.
- The attachment is done correctly.
- Try a different power outlet.
- Check the light and follow the steps given above.
- Try the USB port of your TV.
If connected to the USB port on a TV
If you have connected the Roku player to the USB port of your TV to power it, then make sure that:
- You use the provided USB cable with your player.
- Check the connection.
- Try changing the USB ports.
- Try a different TV.
- Connect it to a power outlet, if applicable.
So, there you have it from my side in this post. I hope you guys liked this post and were able to resolve the issue in your Roku streaming player. Let us know in the comments below which of the above-mentioned methods did the job for you. Until the next post…Cheers!