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is bitpetite.com down or not working for you? It seems that only you have the issue right now and most of our users reported that the website is working fine for them. Also our automated website uptime checker tool tested the website 1 day ago for any possible issues and found that it is working fine.

It may be a temporary issue with your connection or with your ISP (Internet Service Provider). If you're using a wi-fi connection, please check the connectivity once. If your connection is working fine, then try any other url for any possible issue with your ISP.

You can also try our detailed step-by-step troubleshooting actions given below to find any possible issue that is causing the website down problem.

Recent Status Checks

Date Time Status Response
Nov 26, 2020 7:22 pm Up 863 ms
Nov 26, 2020 1:09 pm Up 4206 ms
Nov 26, 2020 11:17 am Up 18 ms

Troubleshooting Methods:

The website down issue may be a temporary browser issue or a real global website down issue. You can test the below methods to find out the reason behind the problem. It may help you fix, if it is an issue with your browser or connection. Please try the below steps one by one and let us know if that works or not for you. So that may help our user community if the same problem arises for them later. Thank you.

  1. Browser Cache Issue

    This may be a temporary browse cache issue, that most of the browsers cache the pages locally to save time on repeated visits. Also it stores javascripts, images and css stylesheets for better performance. When websites update their code base, the old browser cache may create issue loading the website properly. Refreshing the cache may fix the issue. To refresh the browser cache follow the steps given in this page.
    How to clear your browser cache? (Hard Refresh)

  2. Try alternate URLs

    Avoid url prefixes such as www and it will take you to the right page automatically. Try example.com, instead of www.example.com

  3. Access Homepage and Navigate

    Websites are updated with url structures sometimes and may have a new url pattern for the page you're trying to access. Try to navigate to homepage and find the navigation to access the page that you're having problem.

  4. Server/DNS Change

    Websites may have been moved to new server or they may have changed DNS providers. Still your computer may be pointing to the old server IP location. You can flush this data cache by following the steps given on this page.
    How to flush DNS cache (ipconfig) in windows?

If none of the above steps are working and you still have issues, it may be an issue with the website or ISP wide issue. Please post your problem in the comment box above. If someone from our user community faced the same issue in the past, they may suggest a solution to help you fix it.

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