Question about Logitech Harmony 880 LCD Remote Control
Bateries do not recharge despite being on cradle for more than 24 hours
Obviously, the easy thing is to make sure a little "wiggle" of the remote doesn't help. The remote should beep when it successfully touches the contacts on the charge cradle. If it doesn't beep, check to make sure the contacts (on both the remote and cradle) are clean and straight. Also, remove the battery from the remote and check that the contacts on the battery (and internal to the remote) are also clean and have decent spring pressure on the battery. If all of these check out fine, it's possible there is a broken or loose connection between the charge contacts on the bottom of the remote and the circuit board inside. In that case, an in-warranty return would be in order. There have been reports of some cradles having contacts that are set deeper into the plastic, making it harder for the remote contacts to touch them.
Posted on Mar 04, 2008
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