I see freeview updates at night with deleterious annoying side effects. Frankly I'd call it in and start collecting support numbers. If they don't fix it inside your tolerance level then move to return or exchange requests.
Samsung 40" LED TV (UN40ES6500FXZA). For a couple of months now, at exactly 3:01am almost every night my screen goes blank. All timers are set to "off". One or two nights out of about 8 nights it doesn't happen. So I doubt it is some sort of timer setting anyway (or else it would go black every single night). I thought the TV had turned off but later realized that the screen was black. If I clicked on the volume button I could see the numbers of the volume going up and down. Which would mean that the TV isn't off. Anyway I turned off the TV, turned it back on and everything is right again until 3:01am exactly, the next day, where the same thing happens again. I talked with Samsung on a chat line on the internet and called Samsung support and they used their remote management program to fix the problem. (Their fix didn't work either). I tried resetting, factory defaulting, and everything else I could find online and in talking to Samsung, but still have the same problem. Actually I could live with the problem but my warranty is about to run out and we all know how that works. This small thing will turn into a big thing right after the warranty runs out. This black screen has happened at other times of the day but 95% of the times it happens at 3:01am. If I didn't work nights and watch TV late I would never know that I had this problem. Maybe one of the Samsung workers will know this. Can it be fixed and will the warranty still cover it after the original warranty ends, being the problem started before the warranty ended?