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I'm new to neflix and want to know how to clear my taste preferences.  Once they are clicked I can only change them, I can't totally clear them?????????

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I've never thought about this before, but I don't think you can. At least I haven't found a way to do it.

One "solution" could be to create a sub-profile and use that (assign all DVD's to that) and not fill out the Taste Preference for that profile, if it's important enough to you.

Or you could call Customer Service (1-866-716-0414) and see if they can clear them (I doubt they can, but I guess it's worth a shot).

Why would you want to?
They realized that they have no taste?
I would like to see all of their selection and not have to type in the movie names.  They don't show you everything on the available screens.

Clearing the taste preferences won't do anything for you there. The Taste Preference are only to help make better recommendations for you.

 

If you browse by genre, remember to check the little box on the upper right hand side:

I'm not sure I understand. What difference does the reason make?

I simpy chose the "middle" option for everything. I guessed there's not much they can determine from that.

end of summer should be able to do something like that.   according to the netflix people

Gargle with a warm salty beverage of your choice.

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