Wax guards protect the speaker of your hearing aids and it is important to change them when they are full. They stop wax getting into the speaker and making it fail. During your warranty period, more often than not, the manufacturer will replace that receiver or repair your hearing aid free of charge. However, after the warranty finishes, you will have to pay a repair charge. So it is a good idea to change your wax guards when needed. The following videos will show you how to clean and change wax guards on different hearing aids.
Traditional BTEs need as much care as hearing aids with wax guards, of course, the clean and care is a little different. The following videos show you how to take care of BTEs with different ear connectors.
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