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GAIA TV Streaming App keeps freezing up after about 10 seconds.  I've signed in and it goes to my account, but it will start the video and then freeze up.  I can hit the return and select another episode to watch and it does the same thing. I've signed out and then signed back in and it does the same thing.  I've turned of the TV and went back to the app and it still does the same thing . I think there is some kind of security setting that turns it off, but I'm not sure.  Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

Samsung - 75" Class 7 Series LED 4K UHD Smart Tizen TV

Model:UN75TU7000FXZA
SKU:6401719
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