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Remote control for Z-680

Hi,
I lost the remote control to my Z-680 and logitech do not sell replacements. Where and how can I get a replacement?
Thanks.

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  • Martynet Jan 30, 2009

    I have same problem... HELP PLEASE

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I have 2 sets of speakers systems for the Logitech Z-680
Both sets included Subwoofer and 5 speakers.

Note: there is no controller on both just the speakers

I bought one set and the Controller went out.
Logitch sent me a new Z-680 system then the second controller went out but speakers work great.
1 system speakers were never used
2 system speakers used for about 4 yrs (speakers work great)

Also have 2 remotes (never used)

Both speaker systems are for sale
Remotes will sell seperatly or with systems

If in need of the subwoofer speakers must go along

Email me if interested
ckaras@san.rr.com

Posted on Jul 07, 2008

  • ckaras Mar 06, 2010

    I no longer have the remotes I sold both of them over a year ago.

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