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Hi @chrisrjohnson ,
 
You may wish to try and fix it yourself.
 
Here’s a link to the [[Topic:Logitech Harmony Smart Control]] guide, which shows how to access the components in the remote.
 
You’ll need to thoroughly clean ''all'' liquid affected parts in th eremotethe remote using Isopropyl Alcohol 90%+ (available at most pharmacies). If you can avoid it, ''do not'' use “rubbing” alcohol, as this is usually <70% IPA, can contain scents and is therefore not as effective.
You’ll need to thoroughly clean ''all'' liquid affected parts in th eremotethe remote using Isopropyl Alcohol 90%+ (available at most pharmacies). If you can avoid it, ''do not'' use “rubbing” alcohol, as this is usually <70% IPA, can contain scents and is therefore not as effective.
 
Be gentle when handling the pcb etc, as you don’t wish to dislodge any components from the board by being too vigorous with the cleaning.
 
Here’s a link that describes in general what to do.
 
[[Electronics Water Damage]].
 
Hopefully this is of some help.

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Post originale di: jayeff ,

Testo:

Hi @chrisrjohnson ,

You may wish to try and fix it yourself.

Here’s a link to the [[Topic:Logitech Harmony Smart Control]] guide, which shows how to access the components in the remote.

You’ll need to thoroughly clean ''all'' liquid  affected parts in th eremote using Isopropyl Alcohol 90%+ (available at most pharmacies).  If you can avoid it, ''do not'' use “rubbing” alcohol, as this is usually <70% IPA, can contain scents and is therefore not as effective.

Be gentle when handling the pcb etc, as you don’t wish to dislodge any components from the board by being too vigorous with the cleaning.

Here’s a link that describes in general what to do.

[[Electronics Water Damage]].

Hopefully this is of some help.

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