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How to put on a hearing aid
Last Updated: 12-06-2019
Use three easy steps: Place the hearing aid behind the ear, insert the ear-tip into the ear canal - and run your finger along the wire.
THREE EASY STEPS
the hearing aid behind the ear, so that the earwire rests comfortably on the ear, close to your head.
the ear-tip into the ear canal while holding the lower part of the earwire.
Run your finger along the wire to
that the hearing aid fits properly.
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if the ear-set does not fit properly or causes discomfort, irritation, or redness
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