Antwoord op "Another VIZIO turns off randomly"There are a lot of different problems here, but mine (reported 10/14/19) was where the TV would turn off randomly. I tired several different things and it would still happen multiple times a week. Out of desperation, I decided to unplug my TV and then plug it back in once a week or so. I’ve been doing this several weeks and the only time my TV turned off is when I forgot to unplug it. That got me to thinking. I have my TV and all my components plugged into a power strip. It’s not a very good power strip like I’ve had in the past. I’m thinking that maybe the TV is pulling more power than my power strip can handle. I’m not an electronics person, so this is just a thought since unplugging it seems to be working. I’m going to purchase a more specialized power strip and see if that helps.
Antwoord op "Another VIZIO turns off randomly"I have a Vizio E55-F0/1. It would randomly just turn off. It wasn’t very often, but it happened and was annoying. I started to try different things. Someone mentioned the CEC setting and that it should be disabled. When I disabled it, it shut off more often. But I noticed that there were three options, enabled, disabled and ARC. When I looked at the back of my TV, my cable (actually Google Fiber) was plugged into the HDMI 1, which was also labeled [ARC]. So, I went back to the CEC setting and selected the ARC option. It’s been several days now and it (knock on wood) hasn’t shut off on it’s own yet. Since I’m a little OCD, I always put my cable/Google Fiber or whatever in HDMI 1. I have 4 Vizio TVs and this is the only one with CEC and the only one that shuts off by itself. I hope this is the solution and that it helps others!