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  1. #1
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    Jan 2003

    Heads up for Harmony One owners

    In case you own a Logitech Harmony One, I wanted to make sure you were aware of the problem some are having with swollen batteries. Thats right, so swollen you cannot remove it to put in a new one.

    It sounds like it was the batteries from the Logitech forums

    I learned about it and lots of other info here

  2. #2
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    Jan 2003
    By the looks of it, it appears to be the white battery with blue label and it happens to 880s and 890s. Here is a pic of one that exploded and blew the cover off.

  3. #3
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    Feb 2003
    Guy at Battery+ told me that LiPos have about 500 (re)charges in them, then they start to fail...... swelling is a positive(ly) bad sign. He suggested that I do not recharge my cellphone lipo battery until it is about dead.

    If you get a free replacement, good for you. My cell battery lasted 3+ years & a new one was $40.

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    Apr 2007


    The lithium ion battery in my pronto has lasted seven years. Sometimes you get lucky.
    And sometimes they EXPLODE. Need to be checked on a regular basis.
    IMAGINE ONE in an electric car going off, might take a few city blocks with it.
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