Twc app "request timed out"

The TWC app doesn't work, it keeps showing the message "request timed out"

I think this is a Time Warner Cable website problem, not an Apple problem.  After several contacts with Time Warner Cable tech help, I have now been told there is an on-going problem with the MyServices.TimeWarnerCable.com web page that the TWC TV app works in conjunction with.  The MyServices page either doesn't load or won't accept login passwords.  I have been told they are aware of the problem, but there is no estimate of when it will be resolved.  Hasn't worked for me for a couple of weeks now. 

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    Please it's driving me nuts!

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  • Connection request timed out - problem

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  • Software update request timed out

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    This error is specific to RAS. The default CORBA request timeout is 10 minute = 600000 ms. When the RAS SDK does not get the reponse back from RAS server in 600000 ms it throws this message. Why it works in InfoView\CMC what I believe you refer to as "Front End' application is because InfoView\ CMC don't use RAS.
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