With the HomeKit support on the LG OLED CX, I can turn the TV on and off using Siri on the HomePod, but never the first thing in the morning when my TV was turned off and on standby all night. It works like a charm during the day, but it really asks me why I'd like to ask Siri to turn on the lights in the living room, set the temperature to 22 degrees, and turn on the TV. Does anyone have the same problem and is it something I will have to live with? It seems that the TV is falling into a deep sleep when it has not been turned on for several hours.
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