Use and care
Put on and remove hearing aid
Control your hearing aid
Get Started With IFTTT
Use the ConnectLine app
Listen to music
Use your tablet or computer
Use your mobile phone
Use your landline phone
Education in a classroom
Go to a restaurant
Go to the movies
Tips for new users
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A hearing aid consists of several parts, many of which should be cleaned and maintained regularly.
Your ear canal produces ear wax which may clog up the earpiece. Use the wax protection system and tools to clean away any accumulated wax each day.
When you need a fresh, clean dome, remove the existing dome and put on a new one.
If there is no sound in the hearing aid or the sound output is reduced, this may have been caused by a clogged damper and it should be replaced.
Typically, a battery will keep a hearing aid powered for three to ten days before it needs replacing, depending on usage and the hearing aid style. You may hear a few short beeps when it is time to change the battery.
By following a few simple guidelines for handling, using and storing your hearing aids, you can limit their exposure to heat, humidity, chemicals or hard impact, and make sure they stay in good working condition.
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You can connect your hearing aids to your phone, TV, and other applications and be able to adjust their sound to your preferences.
Your hearing aids have to cope with everything from moisture to wax. Visit our support section for guidelines on the use and care of your new hearing aids.
Get a hearing test and receive help and advice from authorized Oticon hearing care professionals.
Get a hearing test, receive help and advice, and buy accessories, spare parts, and cleaning tools from authorized Oticon hearing care professionals.
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