To be honest, you shouldn't worry about it. Roku devices never really turn off. The difference in the amount of power they use while idle vs. in "power saving" is minimal. Night light bulbs get pretty hot and they use more power than idle Roku devices. Keep in mind that if you have a power button on your Roku remote it's strictly for the TV. It doesn't imply that you can turn off a Roku device.
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