I'm having a weird problem with my TV turning off my receiver and I've never programmed the TV's remote to do this. I contacted Samsung about this issue because I was wondering if there is a way to reset my remote but according to them my model remote doesn't have a reset function.
My current setup is as follows:
1. Samsung '58 Plasma HDTV Model #: PN58C550G1FXZA
2. Onkyo HT-S6200 HTIB 7.1
3. PS3 Slim
All devices are connected via HDMI. I made sure that the Anynet+ feature of the TV is turned off. I use to have AT&T U-Verse DVR and its remote was programmed to control TV and Receiver but I've cut cable and removed the DVR, etc. The TV remote or the Onkyo remote were never programmed to control anything. I have already followed the instructions in my Onkyo manual to reset the remote and AV receiver just to make sure it's all back to factory defaults.
I recently signed up for the PSN Plus membership which has this auto start/shutdown feature for PS3 when it comes to updating games, downloading patches, etc. I started to notice that this auto update feature wasn't working for the PSN Plus & PS3, so I suspected it was the way the remotes were configured because it doesn't allow my PS3 to turn on by itself, patch itself, then turn off.
So, now I want to turn this feature off and I can't keep the TV from controlling my Onkyo receiver.
If I turn my TV on it turns on the receiver. If I turn my receiver on it doesn't come on at all unless I turn on the TV first. If the TV is on but the receiver is off/standby and then I turn off my TV it will still turn the receiver completely off, so no more standby either. If I have my PS3 on and turn my TV off, it shuts the PS3 down as well as the receiver.
I just want it to go back to defaults where each device is controlled by it's own remote and nothing turns anything else off.
Any help or ideas would be greatly appreciated...thanks in advance.