Introduction

If you are having trouble with your Harmony Hub, the motherboard may need to be replaced. For this guide, all you need is a Phillips #0 screwdriver. There are many screws, so be sure to set them on a mat so none of them get lost.

Parts

No parts required.

Remove the non-slip rubber pads on the bottom of the Harmony Hub. Remove the non-slip rubber pads on the bottom of the Harmony Hub.
  • Remove the non-slip rubber pads on the bottom of the Harmony Hub.

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Unscrew the four 6.0 mm Phillips #0 screws. Unscrew the four 6.0 mm Phillips #0 screws.
  • Unscrew the four 6.0 mm Phillips #0 screws.

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Insert the metal opening tool in the slit by the sensor.
  • Insert the metal opening tool in the slit by the sensor.

  • Carefully separate the Harmony Hub cover from the base.

  • The metal opening tool could damage the device, so use with care.

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Unscrew the 2.0 mm  Phillips #0 at the bottom right of the motherboard. Unscrew the 4.0 mm Phillips #0 at the top left of the motherboard.
  • Unscrew the 2.0 mm Phillips #0 at the bottom right of the motherboard.

  • Unscrew the 4.0 mm Phillips #0 at the top left of the motherboard.

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Face the Harmony Hub base so the sensor is facing out. Insert the plastic opening tool behind the motherboard on the gold section, which is to the right of the sensor. Lift until you hear a click.
  • Face the Harmony Hub base so the sensor is facing out.

  • Insert the plastic opening tool behind the motherboard on the gold section, which is to the right of the sensor.

  • Lift until you hear a click.

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Conclusion

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

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