Introduction

This guide shows how to replace the buttons on the Logitech Harmony 900. This is useful for if your buttons get stuck or broken.

  1. Press the oval shaped button on the lower back of the remote to release the battery cover. While pressing the button, remove the cover.
    • Press the oval shaped button on the lower back of the remote to release the battery cover.

    • While pressing the button, remove the cover.

  2. Push the battery in, pull it up, and slide it out. Push the battery in, pull it up, and slide it out.
    • Push the battery in, pull it up, and slide it out.

  3. Using tweezers, peel off the sticker located under the battery cover to reveal two screws.
    • Using tweezers, peel off the sticker located under the battery cover to reveal two screws.

  4. Locate and unscrew the four 50mm screws using the Philips #0 screwdriver. Locate and unscrew the four 50mm screws using the Philips #0 screwdriver.
    • Locate and unscrew the four 50mm screws using the Philips #0 screwdriver.

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  6. Use a credit card to pry the black, plastic, back cover off of the device.
    • Use a credit card to pry the black, plastic, back cover off of the device.

    • You may need to get the process started with a metal prying tool before you start using the credit card.

  7. Locate the three 50mm screws on the back of the remote and remove them using the Phillips #0 screwdriver. Locate the three 50mm screws on the back of the remote and remove them using the Phillips #0 screwdriver.
    • Locate the three 50mm screws on the back of the remote and remove them using the Phillips #0 screwdriver.

  8. Pry the black, front face of the remote from the back silver part by inserting a credit card in between and sliding down. Again, you may need to use a metal prying tool to get the separation started.
    • Pry the black, front face of the remote from the back silver part by inserting a credit card in between and sliding down.

    • Again, you may need to use a metal prying tool to get the separation started.

  9. When you look at the circuit board, you should see a ribbon attaching the board to the plastic casing. A little lever is holding the ribbon in place. Lift the lever with your nail or a 2.5mm flat-head screwdriver. Move the ribbon away from the circuit board.
    • When you look at the circuit board, you should see a ribbon attaching the board to the plastic casing.

    • A little lever is holding the ribbon in place. Lift the lever with your nail or a 2.5mm flat-head screwdriver. Move the ribbon away from the circuit board.

  10. Using the Philips #0 screwdriver, remove the three 50mm screws from the circuit board. Using the Philips #0 screwdriver, remove the three 50mm screws from the circuit board.
    • Using the Philips #0 screwdriver, remove the three 50mm screws from the circuit board.

  11. Using your hands, carefully separate the motherboard from the rest of the remote.
    • Using your hands, carefully separate the motherboard from the rest of the remote.

  12. Peel off the button pads from the device frame. Peel off the button pads from the device frame.
    • Peel off the button pads from the device frame.

Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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