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Hearing Aid Repair & Service

Hearing aids are tiny marvels of technology. Despite their small size, they contain a lot of sophisticated parts and perform many advanced functions every second. The inbuilt algorithm makes the hearing aids perform numbers of calculations per second. Despite your best and most diligent efforts, all hearing aids will probably need a repair at some point. We at Nityant Hearing Care want to make sure that your hearing aids are treated with utmost care whenever such unforeseen event occurs. We provide repairing service of all the major brand of hearing aids like

  • Starkey
  • Oticon
  • Widex
  • Siemens (Now Sivantos)
  • GN ReSound
  • Bernafon

Our staffs are trained to offer these services, supply and install batteries with a high degree of precision.

Basic Troubleshooting

If you suspect your hearing aids need to be repaired, We recommend to try these steps before giving your hearing aids for repairing services:-

Check to ensure the hearing aid is turned on: This seems simple, but check anyway, especially if you are still getting used to wearing and operating your hearing aids.

Turn up the volume: Make sure the volume control is at the appropriate level and wasn't accidentally turned down or altered.

Check the battery: If you have disposable batteries, make sure your batteries are correctly positioned in the hearing aids. Test your batteries or try fresh ones to make sure the problem isn't with the batteries.

If a BTE (behind-the-ear) model, inspect the tubing: BTE tubing can sometimes become damaged or worn over time. If hearing aid tubing shows any signs of wear and tear or breakage, your hearing healthcare professional can fix it quickly and easily in their office.

Change Wax guard filter: This is the basic step. Sometimes blockage in wax guard filter may makes you feel that hearing aids are not working properly. We at Nityant Hearing care train all of our users on how to change wax guards so that they don't get the inconvenience of visiting our centre whenever their wax guards are blocked.

Change Microphone cover: Try this step as well before rushing for hearing aid repair.