In between office visits, we strongly encourage our patients to lengthen the life of their hearing aids by cleaning them regularly. Give your hearing aids some TLC by making these steps a part of your daily routine:
Troubleshooting & Issues
Just like all other technology, hearing aids can sometimes experience technical issues. Whether your hearing aids are not producing sound or they won’t stay in your ear, we have you covered. Here are a few troubleshooting ideas to get your aids back up and running again if you’re experiencing issues:
- Make sure they are turned on (we’re only human!).
- Check the settings. There’s always a chance you accidentally changed them.
- Clean the aids to ensure no ear wax or moisture is affecting their performance.
- Try repositioning the aid in your ear.
- Check the battery and try replacing it if you believe the current battery might be dead, or if it is rechargeable, charge it.
If none of these steps work, please contact the hearing specialists at The Hearing Place and we will be happy to assist you.
At-home hearing aid care and maintenance may only go so far; sometimes your aids need professional help to make some repairs. That’s when The Hearing Place will step in to help! We make hearing aid repairs frequently to ensure your hearing devices are working to the best of their ability so you can hear better without stressing about your hearing aids.
Types of repairs we provide include:
- Microphone repairs
- Internal tubing repairs
- Battery & battery compartment repairs
- Case repairs
To learn more about our repairs, cost, troubleshooting, or how to care for your hearing devices at home, please contact The Hearing Place, or fill out the form below.
Request for Scheduling & Maintenance
If you need to schedule an appointment for hearing aid repairs or maintenance, please fill out the form below. We will contact you within 24 hours of the next business day to schedule your appointment.