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Try this: Try to reregister .net framework 4 in IIS; go to your .net directory and run Aspnet_regiis.exe with admin privileges. and/ or Try to setup your machine FQDN in the host server file: find host file inside windows drivers etc directory and set up there your IP with FQDN.
I have fixed this to rename the js file and add it to the masterpage gallery of the root site of the current site collection. I also changed the JSLink path in the properties of the webpart. I hope this caching problem will be fixed in SP online office 365.
Right click on IE and click on "Start In Private browsing". This will make sure to load latest copy of the .js file. Alternatively, you can ctrl-F5 the page. Personally I prefer first approach.
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