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I also have a Logitech harmony 550 remote. I leave the TV in

HDMI 1 input mode and turn it off. After one hour, I use the remote

to turn it directly to watching-TV mode (using activities on the remote).


The TV will be turn on normally and seems already in TV mode. The

pictures will be shown normally. However, after 30 seconds or so,

the TV will be turn off and on again by itself and I can hear the chime and also

see SONY logo just like it was turn on first time. It can be reproduced

every time.


I already updated the SW to the lastest. I suspect other sony models may

also have the same issue.


I think it is the combination of the TV and the Logitech remote. Since if I

don't use the logitech remote, it seems to be hard to turn the TV on and

quickly change it to the TV mode from HDMI 1 input mode.


Does anyone see the the issue?


Thanks,


SZ
 

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If you post this in the owners thread you will get more responses instead of creating a new thread that will probably be bumped off the main page today.
 

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Turn off HDMI-CEC in the options of the TV. You should see something that says "HDMI Control," or something to that effect. Also turn it off on your devices.


I've seen tons of issues created by having that on, and it's completely unnecessary with a Harmony.
 

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Thanks for your reply. I will try to look into my remote control options.


Theblackkeys,


I post here since I feel the owners thread is not very active and also

I feel that other models may have the same issues.


Thanks,


SZ

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Originally Posted by FadedMaster
Turn off HDMI-CEC in the options of the TV. You should see something that says "HDMI Control," or something to that effect. Also turn it off on your devices.


I've seen tons of issues created by having that on, and it's completely unnecessary with a Harmony.
 
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