Running into challenges with your Sonos system?
Here you'll find solutions to some of the most common problems.
While this is a good place to start if you are encountering an issue with your system, you may find that we have not been able to cover your specific issue here.
If you find that to be the case, you can search the community, or start a new topic here.
Looking for a quick fix? Try these steps first:
1. Reboot your router
Reboot your router by unplugging the power cable for 10 seconds and plugging it back in.
2. Reboot your Sonos players
Starting with any Sonos products that are wired to your router with an Ethernet cable, unplug the power for 5 seconds and then plug them back in.
3. Quit and reopen the Sonos app
Force quit the Sonos app and reopen it.
Still no luck? Let’s look at some specific issues...
Streaming music to Sonos requires the streaming service to be operational.
Click the link above to find out if the service you are trying to use is experiencing a service disruption.
Your Sonos system need some assistance to find the new network. The steps linked in the article above should set you in the right direction.
First make sure you're connected to the correct network with your controller device. Still no luck? The article linked should help.
Above, you’ll find some tips to resolve that issue.
Has one or more of your devices disappeared? Let’s get it back, check out the link above to find out how.
This term comes up a lot and with good reason. Find out why with the article above.
Need some further information on getting the most out of Alexa?
Pro-tip: Light on: Mic on - Light off: Mic off. If that hasn’t solved it, that article will tell you why.
Just got a new product but can’t add it in? Let’s to get that sorted out.