Thanks for purchasing a Samsung.
The blue light is a motion detector that senses when you get up in the morning, and sends a signal that tells the tea-pot to start warming up. You must not have a Blu-Tea compliant device in the kitchen.
Okay, okay, that was a joke.
The Blue light is an aesthetic, and while I can't explain why it turns on - (could it be that your television is in shop mode?) - you can disable it in the setup menu. If it turns off and turns back on, my guess is that you are indeed in the shop mode.
Do your settings stay put? Or do they change back to factory settings after 30 minutes?
Check the following link to get your television out of shop mode:
Keep me posted!
Hi Samsung Techs, hope you can 'shed any light' on this, (sorry for the pun).
I'm in the UK and treated myself to a Samsung LE19R86 - 19'' Widescreen HD Ready LCD TV - With Freeview - Black for the bedroom. I didn't need anything flash, just a TV with the UK's Freeview, for when we go digital in this area next year.
Here's an image of it from Amazon-UK, although I purchased it from a different retailer;
It's great, it does what I ask it to do, except make the tea in the morning, but perhaps that's too much for me to ask.
If you look at the image, do you see the nice blue light display at the bottom of the screen? That's scary.
After watching some late night TV one night, I turned the set off, (into standby using the remote), then went to sleep. That blue light faded away as it usually did. I was woken up an hour or so later, to a blue sheen in the bedroom. When I looked, that blue light display was on!
It's happened a couple of times now. What's that all about? Is it watching me as I watch the TV? Is it watching me at other times? I hope not. I wouldn't like to think what it has caught me doing! Not that I do anything of course.
Any ideas? Can I tape it over so it doesn't keep spying on me?