Most TV’s today are now flat screen LED’s and while keeping them on all the time won’t add much to your power bill it can possibly cause image burn if you don’t use a screen saver. If you happen to have a plasma TV leaving it on 24/7 could lead to the screen overheating and shortening the life of the TV.
Is it OK to leave TV on overnight?
Many people find that sleeping with the TV on helps them sleep. However, experts generally agree that this isn’t a good idea. Sleeping with the TV on increases your exposure to blue light, which can increase your risk for obesity, diabetes, and other health problems.
How many hours can a TV stay on?
The average lifespan of an LED at maximum or close-to-maximum brightness is 40,000 to 60,000 hours, or roughly 4.5 to 6.8 years.
How long can a flat screen TV stay on?
The lifespan of an LED TV depends on how you use it. On average, you can get up to seven years of use, or around 60,000 hours of use. But that is with the TV on for 24 hours.