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CandyApple

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I didnt see this issue in the forum search results, but hope it is not a repost.

I just recently started getting this message when I try to go to a website (racingjunk) to check email.
I am using Google Chrome.
Does this message just mean that this website is down or is something wrong with my computer? I have not seen it on any of my other regular sites.

Thanks in advance.
 

JohnWill

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That error is on the server side, that frequently happens when the load balance front-end on a large site has a problem. It's telling you it can't find any of the servers to connect you to.
 

CandyApple

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Thank you John. I had just recently started using Google Chrome so and had not seen that message before.
 
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