To keep your hearing aid working the way it should, it will need repairs that range from basic to more extensive. When you purchase your hearing aid, your audiologist will show you basic maintenance that may be needed daily. This includes replacing the batteries, cleaning the hearing aid, replacing the wax filter, opening and closing the battery compartment, and checking the input settings.
When you purchase your hearing aid, your audiologist will show you basic maintenance that may be needed daily.
If you perform basic hearing aid maintenance and the hearing aid is still not working, your audiologist can evaluate the device for damages. Damage repair costs will depend on the hearing aid’s warranty, extent of damage, and cost of replacement parts.
Your hearing aid will require replacement if it is totaled and damaged beyond repair. Hearing aids may be totaled if they are more than five years old, damage is visible and extensive, or your hearing aid has already been repaired in the past. If you have questions about hearing aid repairs, please contact our office at (818) 859-7730.