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Hearing aid repairs in Naples and Bonita Springs, Florida

 

Use and time can take its toll on all types of technology, and your hearing aids will potentially wear out over the years through normal use.

Sometimes you can repair your hearing aid and other times it makes more sense to replace them, possibly giving you a chance to upgrade the technology.

For smaller issues, you can attempt the following quick fixes to see if any of them resolve your problem:

  • Replace your battery
  • Remove and reinsert your hearing aid
  • Clean your hearing aid using a cleaning tool
  • Replace the wax filter
  • Open and close the battery compartment
  • Make sure the battery compartment is free of obstructions
  • Check your input settings

How Much Do Hearing Aid Repairs Cost?

The cost of repair varies depending on your situation. Is the hearing aid still under warranty? How damaged is the device? What’s the cost of the replacement part for the hearing aid?

If you purchased your hearing system from Advanced Hearing Technology and it is still under warranty, the cost will likely be minimal, if there’s a cost at all. If you purchased your hearing aid from someone else, or it is no longer under warranty, the cost may be more.

Contact us today if you have a hearing aid that needs to be repaired or replaced and we’ll be happy to help.

When is your hearing aid beyond repair?

To determine whether or not your hearing aid is beyond repair, please make an appointment for our hearing aid experts to review it closely. We will examine it and provide an honest assessment.

If your devices are more than three years old and having issues, it is likely that replacing them will make more sense economically than continuously repairing them. Hearing aids typically last three to five years through normal use.

If the damage to your device is visible, from being stepped on our accidentally smashed in some way, it may be unrepairable.

We’re here to help you determine when your hearing aids should be repaired or replaced, and to make the best decision for your needs.