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    Hi,

    but only if you have activated the "fast wake-up" function of your TV, right?

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    Yes, I've activated that function.
    Anyway there is a software ability to add wake up timer.

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    Hi Benedickte,
    If you'll look to the number of views of the topic, you'll see that alarm is interesting for many customers.
    You can answer me that clock on/off fiature was not annonsed in 2012 model and you'll be right like a software manager, not as a product promotion responsible person.
    My proposal is to open new vote topic where we can propose new features and vote for it.
    Fiatures could be implemented in new firmware or in new versions of other soft such as SmatrTV, MyRemote etc.
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    Dear All,

    Could you tell me, how works one of the options in the 2012 series - the automatic "switch off timer" . The function that puts TV automatically in standby mode (if there is no user input during this time). I am about to buy 42PFL6007 and I would like to know, if its possible to adjust the time after which TV will turn off ). If you can set it, please let me know the whats possibilities, and if TV remembers the settings, or you have to set it every-time like in case of sleep timer.

    I will appreciate your feedback..

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