Have upgraded my Rogers Ignite in January and have had this problem since day 1. My 55 inch Vizio TV in the family room where the modem/router (gateway) is located turns itself on sometime between 10 PM and 3 AM . The other 2 TV's work the way they should. Tech support has been involved and have replaced the black box and remote without success. This does not happen every night. I use a Vizio sound bar and have an NVIDIA Shield gaming/TV box. They Have never turned on with the TV unless I turn them on. Would appreciate any help you can provide.....Thanks
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Same as week ago with everything except the sound bar plugged in. No other setting changed, and working as expected. It seems that all of a sudden everything started working the way it should as if a secret switch was turned on. Would love to know what is/was? Another week of isolation for the sound bar and I'll get back to you.
Thanks again to ALL who helped
Not 100% sure, if these boxes reboot in the middle of the night like the older cable boxes did.
The Ignite set-top boxes do check for firmware updates in the middle of the night (by default between 2 AM and 4 AM) and do restart after applying the update.
I have fallen asleep with the TV on and woken up to an update dialog on the screen prompting me to either apply the update now, change the update schedule, or skip. If you don't click on any of those options within 5 minutes, the box will update on its own and reboot.
Tech support actually had me turn that CEC signal off. He was actually the first to get me looking at setup for the TV
It’s a Vizio issue since the most recent firmware update, I have the P65F1 which also has been turning itself on usually overnight. I’ve resorted to unplugging the power bar when I’m finished using the television for the night.
Thought we had it, but it comes on now every night (at different times) I've had it come on in the morning while I'm sitting reading. TV also now seems to stop and go and when changing channels takes about 5 seconds to start program. More buffering etc. Getting to the point where it'll be leaving. NOT HAPPY at all
So sorry to hear that the issue still persists! I understand that you've already tried disabling the CEC function on the Vizio TV with no luck. Have you had an opportunity to try any of the other troubleshooting steps, as per @-G-'s post above?
As it appears it may be an issue with the TV itself, I would also recommend reaching out to Vizio for direct support to see if they have any other suggestions that they can offer.
Thanks for the reply Laura. The TV is "possessed", and I'm p ssed. I'm not sure I understand what @-G's post is asking me to do other than the CEC turned off. As a matter of fact just as I started replying to this the TV turned on by it self. (5:58 am). I'm in a different room. The last time it came on was Monday between 1 and 5 am.
I've also noticed that changing channels takes it's time before it picks up the go to channel. (occasional).
We have 3 TV's (different makes, and levels in the house and 2 new remotes and 1 older remote (silver colored in middle) The Vizzio has a new one? Vizzio is oir Main tv and is the only one with the problem.
What should I do next ? I'm thinking replcing all the rogers control "stuff" ??? Your thoughts please
I have not seen it suggested but need need to try and isolate the problem. Yes, it is a crazy situation, but you can take some steps to find the source.
1. After you have turned off the TV at night, disconnect the hdmi cable from the Rogers box, and see if the TV turns on by itself. You may need to do this for more than one night as you say it does not happen every night. If it does turn on then you will know it is not the Rogers box causing it.
2. Do the same thing with the sound bar and any other hdmi connected devices (one device at a time).
3. Put all remote control devices in a drawer.
You can then focus on a solution when you have found out what is causing it. Good luck.