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Topic # 193533 14-Mar-2016 13:30
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I bought a new Harmony 650 remote in the weekend. I cannot for the life of me reprogram the screen buttons. No matter what I do, the buttons remain as they were out of the box. Please help.


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  Reply # 1513036 14-Mar-2016 13:50
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Try removing the sticker over the screen! ;-)




Keep calm, and carry on posting.

 

 

 

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  Reply # 1513066 14-Mar-2016 14:22
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hehehe

 

If it is the sticker, I have seen that before with a cordless phone - customer brought it back to me saying it wasn't working - removed the sticker and wahoo, all working.


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  Reply # 1513076 14-Mar-2016 14:43
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Just to clarify, you are programming the buttons using the myharmony software on your computer?




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  Reply # 1513625 15-Mar-2016 11:46
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I hope no one took my post too seriously! :-)


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  Reply # 1513857 15-Mar-2016 16:35
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Satch:

 

I hope no one took my post too seriously! :-)

 

 

guessing it was the sticker then?




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  Reply # 1514343 16-Mar-2016 12:21
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Jase2985:

 

Satch:

 

I hope no one took my post too seriously! :-)

 

 

guessing it was the sticker then?

 

 

When I was setting up the remote for the first time I thought it might be funny to post a photo of it with sticker still in place saying what I did.  But I had to pull the corner of the sticker off enough so it was obvious in the photo that the sticker was still in place. :-).  I was in a silly mood...


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