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TV 2017 49UJ6500

 

The default setting operation gives "Auto" energy saving mode for SDR programming

and energy saving "Off" for HDR.   Switching back and forth between SDR and HDR programming will engage these

energy saving modes automatically

However, if you assign a different mode (minimum, medium, etc) to either HDR or SDR programming no matter the source,

this mode becomes the setting for ALL sources- and the original operation cannot be recovered (automatic switching between

SDR and HDR) UNTIL, either you reset the whole TV, or you reset the A/V using the mute button 3 times

 

I don't know if this has been fixed in newer firmware / newer TV's, but it is something I would check before ever purchasing another

LG TV

If anybody has noticed this and has more info, please respond

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