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Hi Fred, Welcome to the Shack!

When you say you push the "all in one button" is this on the supplied remote control or your own remote?
Edit: Never mind I see it does it when you do it manually as well,
Do you have the TV sending the auto on signal to the receiver through HDMI?
 

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Fred, Jim has a good point.
All Samsung displays have a feature that will automaticly turn on/off other samsung components sending a signal through HDMI, Its called Anynet. Make sure that it is "off" in the LCD displays menu and try using the remote again.
Also make sure that it is off in your other samsung components.
 

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Glad I could help,
On a side note I'm a big fan of railroad mostly newer Diesel electric. I have a few photos and stuff on my website here if you want to have a look.
 
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