05-01-2009 03:51 AM
05-01-2009 11:05 PM
Well yes I could be carefull If I had a manual. My guess are that there arn't anyone and people that ''has to'' take it appart has to find out the hard way and that many times make it impossible to putt together again as you probably have to brake it to find out how you realy should have done.
I have had a couple of remotes during my 50 years of living and almoust everyone have had tp be cleaned sometime.
Wonder why Logitech dont let us know.
05-08-2009 11:57 AM
I highly discourage dismantling the Harmony One. I am aware that many other users have written stories of opening and repairing/cleaning their remotes with success, but this will void your warranty.
If you are outside of warranty, we obviously cannot stop you doing something you wish to your own property but the Harmony One is not simple to disassemble like the 880/890 were. Those remotes had 2 screws, and 8 snap-clips (4 on each side). There was quite a bit of room, and once the case was open you could easily put it back together.
The Harmony One was never intended to be opened. You'd have to peel off the sticker in the remote to get to the screws there, and then rip/peel off the soft touch back of the remote for those screws. This is snap-cliped and glued onto the remote. Once this comes off (if it comes off in 1 piece) then it wil just never be the same again. If you manage that part the innards are pack in tight, and most likely you break a LCD screen cable or something else once inside. Again. Not recommended.
10-11-2010 04:10 PM - last edited on 04-14-2012 10:00 AM by Taylarie
Not a problem to dismantle the Harmony One. But of course, warranty is long gone when this is done. Good luck :-)
10-11-2010 07:40 PM
Thanks for the tutorial
12-05-2010 12:40 PM - last edited on 04-14-2012 10:01 AM by Taylarie
I just did it yesterday. Successfully! Thanks Shangalawhop!!
I'd add there couple of remarks:
Final point: Logitech had better simply describes how to do it than officiously explaining why shouldn't.