On July 10, 2012 at 08:18, gbking said...
As a follow up just FYI, Logitech customer service has promised to send me a "one time courtesy replacement" of my out of warranty Harmony One with swollen battery. Meanwhile, I am going to attempt some sort of heroic measures to try to remove the battery in hopes of being able to purchase a new battery and see if I can get the thing to work. Anybody have a suggestion as to what I may be able to do?
i had a swollen remote also, can be got out with some needle nose pliers and a bit of effort. you're not likely to bust anything.
I bought an after market battery but it wouldn't charge in the One. just last night i had a light bulb moment. i have an 880 as well in my games room, so i changed batteries. now for whatever reasons the new battery charges in the 880 and the old 880 battery charges in the One.