Logitech Harmony 600,650,665,700 ButtonWorx™ Button Repair Put-In-Place
Super easy to install!
Put-In-Place button repair membrane
No individual parts to align and stick down
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Assembling these has proven to be more difficult than the peel and stick version but more importantly the materials used caused a laser fire which required a lot of repair and down time. I had hoped to find ways to make assembly easier and more reliable but the laser fire has made this a bad idea for major production.
Put-In-Place means there are no small individual parts that need to be stuck down. It's easier to install and easier to remove. It's larger than the condensed peel-and stick version so requires more time and materials to make.
Put-In-Place Logitech Harmony Button Repair Pad
The ButtonWorx™ membrane keypad permanently fixes the buttons by inserting a new keypad between the original buttons and the circuit board. New electrical contacts that never wear out like the rubber keypads do and it blocks any oil or dirt from causing problems in the future.
- • Crazy simple installation!
- • Carbon film that never wears out
- • No Paint or glue that would chip and flake off
- • Tested for over 1 million button presses with no sign of wear
If you are not having trouble with the snap dome keys Don't Repair Them
Volume, Channel, Play, Pause, Arrows and OK
If you are having trouble then I recommend Deoxit GOLD G100L (available as an optional add-on). You could also use Isopropyl alcohol.
If you don't often use the number buttons at the bottom of the remote, don't worry about them. Just install the repair pad
If you DO use the number buttons or if you are already having trouble with those buttons, then I recommend peeling back and cutting the bottom of the white sticker found on the circuit board and attaching it to the top of the repair pad. This makes a significant difference in how easily those buttons respond to a light button press.
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