Maintaining Your Hearing Aid
1. Open the battery door each time you remove the hearing aid. This helps dry-out and prevent moisture build-up.
2. Clean the hearing aid on a daily basis. Use the brush provided with the aid and a tissue. This will prevent wax from building up in the tube leading from the speaker to the outside of the hearing aid. Be careful not to push wax down the tubing.
3. Always remove your hearing aid from your ear before retiring to bed.
4. Have your ears cleared of wax on a regular basis.
5. Use a dry-aid kit daily. These kits contain moisture absorbing silicone crystals.
6. The battery must be removed from the hearing aid before placing in the kit. The silicone is recharged by placing in the oven when it turns pink.
7. If possible, switch off your hearing aid before inserting in your ear (to avoid feedback)
8. Insert/Remove hearing aid over a soft surface (carpet or sofa) to avoid extensive damage if dropped.
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