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Power is on in standby, but takes several times pushing the power button for the power or tv to actually come on

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Very bad for the TV, don't do this!
Got the remote control? Switch on or off (full operation) from Standby with it and just use the main manual switch on the TV for, say, morning ON for the day and evening OFF for the night.

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