Here’s how you can factory reset your Logitech Harmony Hub:
- Start by unplugging the hub from the power outlet.
- Then, remove any batteries that may be inside the hub.
- Next, locate the tiny reset button on the back of the hub. It’s usually recessed, so you’ll need a paperclip or something similar to press it.
- Press and hold the reset button for about 15 seconds, then release it.
- Now plug the hub back into the power outlet and reinsert any batteries.
- Press and hold down the Off button on top of the hub for about 10 seconds.
How do I reset my Harmony Hub remote?
To reset your Harmony Hub remote, you’ll need to unplug it from power for 10 seconds. After, plug it back in and wait for the remote to light up. Once it’s lit up, press and hold the # button until the light on the remote starts flashing. Then release the button and follow the on-screen instructions.
Can’t connect to my Harmony Hub?
There are a few things you can try if you’re having trouble connecting your Harmony Hub to your home network. First, make sure your hub is plugged in and that the light is on. If the light is off, press and hold the Action button on the top of the hub for five seconds until it blinks.
Next, check to see if your hub is connected to the internet. To do this, open up a web browser and type in myharmony.com/setup. If your hub is connected to the internet, you’ll see a green checkmark next to “Hub Status.” If there’s no green checkmark, click on “Troubleshoot” and follow the instructions.
How do you reboot a Logitech remote?
There are a few different ways to reboot your Logitech remote, depending on the model you have.
If you have a Harmony Touch, Ultimate One, or Ultimate Home remote, you can simply hold down the Off button for about 10 seconds. This will cause the remote to restart.If you have a Smart Control, you will need to remove the batteries and then reinsert them. Once the batteries are back in, press and hold the Off button for about 10 seconds.
For other Logitech remotes, such as the Harmony 200 or 650, you will need to unplug the power cord from both the remote and base station, then plug it back in.
How do I reconnect my Harmony Hub?
If your Harmony Hub won’t connect to your home network, there are a few things you can try:
- Check that the hub is properly plugged into your router. If it’s not, plug it in and wait a minute or two for the connection to be established.
- If you have multiple devices connected to your router, try disconnecting some of them to free up bandwidth. The Harmony Hub requires a minimum bandwidth of 500kbps.
- Check that your router’s DNS settings are configured correctly. The Harmony Hub uses Google DNS by default, so if your router is using a different DNS server (like OpenDNS), that could be causing communication problems.