I am the proud owner of a 65" from the Sears Price Match.
I am having a problem although think it is a (Cox) cable box problem, not the TV. Just trying to figure out the best solution.
I set the code for the TV on the cable box remote. I can turn it on and off just fine. But as the remote flips to the cable box to change channels, if you hit power on the remote, the screen on the TV goes dark, but stays powered on. So you have to hit TV, then power. Basically turing both units off separately. I can remember to do this, but not sure everyone else in the house will. And with the lamp concern, I don't want to leave it on.
I tried plugging the TV into the outlet on the back of the cable box but it doesn't appear to be switched (not sure if it broken, or that is the way it operates).
The cable company said I need to put the right code into the remote that will power off both units at the same time. This doesn't work as I've tried every code Toshiba has listed.
When I called the cable company again he went to some other tech support guy. He said that the new remotes they have don't support turning both off, and that the switched power on the back they don't use it that way anymore, it it controlled by a signal. Not sure even if the switched power was working that would be good, since then the fan wouldn't stay on after power cooling it down.
In any case the cable company told me I have no choice but to power both off every time. It just doesn't seem right to me. I had a GE projection TV before and it worked just fine with one click it all shut off.
I never noticed it until the other night, the room was completely dark and I noticed the TV screen was very dimly lit (and the blue light was on).
Again I don't really think it is a function of the TV and maybe I should post in a different forum, but thought I'd start here to see if anyone has a similar problem?