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Hearing Aid Repairs

When looking for hearing aid repair labs, you should choose a company that has years of experience repairing different makes/models of hearing aids. Hearing Aid Repair Labs don't even need to be in your area. There are Hearing Aid repair labs all over the US and the rest of the world.

Below we have listed the most common reasons for needing to repair your hearing aid.
  • Wax in microphone
  • Moisture in receiver and/or microphone
  • Weak or dead hearing aid
  • Retubing
  • Feedback
  • Intermittent hearing aid
  • Buzzing sound or static
  • Broken volume control
  • Broken battery door
  • Hearing aids' shell is cracked
  • Excessive battery drain
  • Battery Corrosion

  • Shipping Information
    When working with hearing aid repair labs that are not near you, you should always ship them via UPS, insured mail or overnight delivery service. When packaging the hearing aid, you should always package the aid in a sturdy box and include a short note describing any problems.

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