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Hearing Aid Maintenance

Metro Hearing patients receive semi-annual comprehensive check-ups on their hearing devices. During this check-up we verify proper function of the microphone, speaker, and amplifier. We remove any debris and moisture, and replace filters and worn out tubing. As a courtesy, we also offer these services to those who have purchased hearing devices elsewhere.

Additionally, we offer repair services for all brands of hearing devices.

If your hearing aids are not working properly, try these troubleshooting tips.

Custom

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  • Check the microphone, speaker and vent openings for obstructions
  • Look in the battery compartment for corrosion
  • Listen for feedback when you close the aid in your hand (if aid has a volume control be sure it is in the on position)
  • Wipe off the shell with soft cloth
  • Use the provided tool to remove debris from all openings
  • Brush off any remaining debris with a hearing aid brush
  • Replace wax filter if needed
  • Replace battery if needed


If your hearing aid is still not working please visit one of our offices and/or contact us.

RITE

RTE

  • Check the microphone and speaker for obstructions
  • Look in the battery compartment for corrosion
  • Listen for feedback when you close the aid in your hand (if aid has a volume control be sure it is in the on position)
  • Check the wire for any breaks or damage
  • Wipe off the dome/earmold and hearing aid with soft cloth
  • Use the provided tool to remove debris from all openings
  • Brush off any remaining debris with a hearing aid brush
  • Replace wax filter if needed
  • Replace battery if needed
  • Replace dome monthly


If your hearing aid is still not working please visit one of our offices and/or contact us.

BTE

BTE

  • Check the microphone, speaker and vent openings for obstructions
  • Look in the battery compartment for corrosion
  • Listen for feedback when you close the aid in your hand (if aid has a volume control be sure it is in the on position)
  • Check the tubing for moisture, cracks or holes and make sure it is pliable (If not it should be changed)
  • Wipe off the earmold and hearing aid with soft cloth
  • Use the provided tool to remove debris from all openings
  • Brush off any remaining debris with a hearing aid brush
  • Replace wax filter if needed
  • Replace battery if needed


If your hearing aid is still not working please visit one of our offices or contact us.

What people are saying...

I like the professional people in the office, especially Dan Trimble who takes care of my hearing needs.

Robert K.
Services
  • Hearing Tests
  • Hearing Aid Repairs
  • Tinnitus Management
  • Pediatrics
  • Hearing Protection
13934 N 59th Ave #120
Glendale, AZ 85306
(602) 639-4064