I live in a two bedroom condominium in Southern California. I have a 55" Sony LCD TV in one of the bedrooms that keeps coming on for no apparent reason. It hapens once or twice a month. I've tried to close the blinds (the bedroom has a window), hide the remote control, disconnect the LAN cable (WiFi is off), use an extension and plug the TV in the living room, add/remove power strip, etc. and I still have the problem. I replaced the electrical panel and all breaker a few months ago to install a NEMA 14-50 outlet in the garage to charge my EV and I thought maybe the TV will not turn on anymore ... but it does. The only thing left from the old circuits is a GFCI outlet in the batroom.
Why didn't I send the Sony TV in for "repair" while in warrantty: I had a Phillips plasma TV before the Sony that also acted up in that bedroom. I send that one in for repairs and after a month I got it back and the minute I plugged it in showed the problem. So I'm not convinced the problem is with the TVs. The Sony TV is now out of warranty anyway.
What else can I try to rule out the problem is not in the condominium electrical system?