Age and use can take their toll on hearing aids, and while there’s always the option of replacing a hearing aid that has become damaged, sometimes it’s better to attempt to have yours repaired first.
Common Hearing Aid Repairs
Depending on the issue you’re having, you may be able to troubleshoot or repair your hearing aid on your own. Here are a few common hearing aid fixes you can try right now:
- Replace the battery
- Remove and reinsert your hearing aid
- Clean your hearing aid
- Replace the wax filter
- Open and close the battery compartment
- Check your input settings
Still having trouble with your hearing aid? Call us at 734.451.0800 to schedule an evaluation and discuss further hearing aid repair options.
How Much Do Hearing Aid Repairs Cost?
Hearing aid repair costs can vary depending on several factors: (1) Whether or not the hearing aid is still under warranty, (2) The extent of damage to the hearing aid, and (3) The cost of replacement parts for your hearing aid.
If your hearing aid is under warranty, there will be no cost to you as your repair cost will be covered by the manufacturer. If your aid is out of warranty, the repair cost will be determined by the manufacturer and dependent upon the severity of the problem. Our experts will triage the problem and give you an estimate of the cost of the repair before it goes in to the manufacturer. All repaired aids will come with either a six month warranty or a one year warranty, depending on the age of the aid.