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Repairs

1. A thorough inspection

Well, first, you will be asked to present your hearing System for inspection. Bear in mind that some of the issues found at this point can be minor and it may be a simple problem that you have overlooked. For instance, a common culprit for faulty hearing device is a dead battery. So make sure you to check the battery before you take them in for a repair. As well as this, you might find that they are clogged up with earwax. This again can lead to issues with the workings of the device.

You might be curious about who will inspect them. Well, you can take your hearing device back to whoever you bought them from whether that was a hearing care professional. If you purchased them online, you may want to research a separate repair service.

If your hearing system needa repairing, you might find that the process can be completed while you wait. Or, alternatively, replacement parts may be needed, and if that’s the case, it could take a little longer.

2. Questions about insurance

Hearing systems are usually under insurance for at least a year, so if you do need a repair, you won’t have any issue with paying for it early on. If the hearing device develops issues later, you may find it is covered by a warranty provided by the manufacturer. This is one of the reasons why you should get it repaired by whoever you bought it from. It will ensure that claiming cover from the warranty or insurance will be simple and straightforward.

3. A loaner 

If your repair service is aware that the fix will take longer than a comfortable time for you to wait, they may offer you a loaner pair. You can look at this as an opportunity to test out new technology. Usually, practitioners will offer you the latest tech as a replacement. It is possible after using these hearing devices for a few weeks you may decide they are worth the extra cost of an upgrade. Hearing systems tech change and advance frequently so you should be keeping a check on the market.

If you have any concerns discuss them with your hearing specialist. They are your partner in hearing health and will be happy to answer any questions.