Question about Logitech Harmony 880 LCD Remote Control
Mine does that on occasion. Is the blue light on in the charger base? If yes, check the connections on the charger base and the back of the remote to be certain they are clean. Does the remote do anything when you place it in the charger? If no to the blue light or the response of the remote, be certain the wall outlet is working, test the wall adapter, test the charger base. A voltmeter is handy for this. The only way to determine where your problem is, is to check to be certain all connections and pieces are doing their jobs. Test one at a time, divide and conquer. I hope this gives you some hints that lead you to a solution to your problem.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
To check to see if your device is controlled by a RF (radio frequency) or IR (infrared) remote:
Power the device on manually
Cover the front of the original remote that came with the device with your hand
Press any button on the remote that you know the device would respond to normally
If the device responds even when your hand is covering the front of the remote, the remote is RF and the device cannot be controlled by the Harmony remote
Another test that can be performed is using digital camera:
Using any digital camera, even one on a cell phone, camcorder or webcam, look through the screen of the camera at the front of the remote
Press a few buttons on the original remote
If you see flashes of light as illustrated, the remote is IR and the Harmony can control it. If the remote does not flash, this original remote is an RF remote and the device cannot be controlled by the Harmony remote
For comparison, try the same steps with a remote control that you know is working correctly, such as the original remote for the TV, or DVD player. You should see the IR emitters flashing when performing this test.
Posted on Feb 10, 2010
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Posted on Apr 02, 2010
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