How to fix Peacock error 6007 [Solved] 

If your Peacock TV is stuck on parsing data and showing a 6007 error, close any other applications you may have running in the background before opening the Peacock application. Once you’re sure all other applications are closed, reopen the Peacock app.

The peacock is a colorful bird that has become an iconic symbol for NBC. The peacock’s colors and feathers inspired the name of Peacock, an over-the-top video streaming service that launched on July 15, 2020.

With Peacock, you can watch thousands of hours of great entertainment instantly, without a credit card. You just need an email address and password – only if error 6007 doesn’t pop up 🙂 

Let us see how to fix this Peacock gremlin. 

How do I fix Peacock error 6007? 

Here’s the error prompt: 

“Something went wrong. Sorry, your system configuration is not compatible with Peacock. Please check the supported devices in our help center. Error (6007)”.

There are certain troubleshooting steps that you can follow to troubleshoot the stuck parsing data error on your Peacock TV. 

Firstly, speed up your streaming experience by reducing the number of devices using your network. This will free up bandwidth, making it easier to load Peacock-compatible content.

If you’re trying to watch a show online and you’re downloading or uploading large files at the same time, stop whatever else you’re doing. Plus, check your internet connection speed. It is recommended to have 3.0 Mbps or higher for the best viewing experience.

If that doesn’t work…

Close all other applications on your mobile device, as well as the Peacock app. Then reopen the Peacock app and see if it works. Also, power down your device, wait 20 seconds, then plug it back in or reboot.

Your Last bet: clear the cache and data on your device. Uninstall, then reinstall the Peacock app. That would most likely fix Peacock 6007 error. 

If these methods don’t work for you, get in touch with the Peacock support team. 

That’s a wrap. We can conclude this article here. Thanks for reading.

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