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How to Clean a Hearing Aid manufactured by companies such as ReSound, Phonak, Siemens, Rexton, Bernafon, Widex, Audibel. ...
Step-by-step and how-to instructions to easily clean digital hearing aids.
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Hi, this is Andy with hearball.com and in this video I’m going to show you how to properly clean your hearing aids. What we have here are your 3 custom hearing aid sizes, your CIC, your canal, and your full show. To properly clean these hearing aids, all you really need is a brush and a pick. Sometimes, these are separate tools where you have a separate brush and a separate pick. Sometimes they’ll be on the same tool as they are right here. You’ll also need what I call a stinger. The end of the day when you take your hearing aid out, all you wanna do is just brush it off as much as you can. Pay particular attention to the two holes at the end of the canal. This hole right here with a tubing around it is where the receiver’s located. When this hole becomes blocked with wax, this hearing aid will essentially be an earplug in your ear. It won't work. It will be bad until you remove that wax. All you need to do is take your pick and gently remove any wax that’s blocking this hole. You do not want to shove your pick down as far and as hard as you can, the receiver is down there you could damage the hearing aid. Just gently remove any wax from the opening. Over here is the vet, this allows moisture and air to escape. All you need to do is turn the hearing aid over and stick that stinger right down that hole, I will come out that end and just remove any wax that is built up. When you’re finished, open your hearing aid battery door to allow any moisture that’s built up in the hearing aid to escape, keeping your hearing aid clean will keep your hearing aid working for a very, very long time. I hope you found this video helpful. I’m Andy with hearball.com and please check out our other hearing aid related videos.