Introduction

Learn how to disassemble the Logitech Harmony Smart Control hub, remove a burned out or defective light bulb or bulb(s), and replace it with new one(s).

This repair requires soldering. View the soldering guide at:

Soldering Guide

  1. Use a spudger to lift up one of the rubber pads on the bottom of the hub. Pull back the rubber pad and remove it.  This will expose the screws on the bottom of the device.
    • Use a spudger to lift up one of the rubber pads on the bottom of the hub.

    • Pull back the rubber pad and remove it. This will expose the screws on the bottom of the device.

    • Repeat for the second rubber pad.

  2. Use a PH00 screwdriver bit to remove the four 6mm Phillips screws on the bottom of the device. Use a PH00 screwdriver bit to remove the four 6mm Phillips screws on the bottom of the device.
    • Use a PH00 screwdriver bit to remove the four 6mm Phillips screws on the bottom of the device.

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  4. Use a spudger to separate the top and bottom pieces of the device. Use a spudger to separate the top and bottom pieces of the device.
    • Use a spudger to separate the top and bottom pieces of the device.

  5. Use the PH00 screwdriver bit to unscrew the three 4mm Phillips screws on the control board. Use the PH00 screwdriver bit to unscrew the three 4mm Phillips screws on the control board.
    • Use the PH00 screwdriver bit to unscrew the three 4mm Phillips screws on the control board.

  6. Place the end of the opening tool under the yellow corner of the circuit board as shown. Gently push upward to pry the board from its housing.
    • Place the end of the opening tool under the yellow corner of the circuit board as shown.

    • Gently push upward to pry the board from its housing.

  7. Determine which of the five bulbs are defective. Turn the board over to expose the bulb solder. Using a soldering iron, remove the solder and bulb. Replace with a new bulb and re-solder.
    • Determine which of the five bulbs are defective.

    • Turn the board over to expose the bulb solder.

    • Using a soldering iron, remove the solder and bulb. Replace with a new bulb and re-solder.

Conclusion

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

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