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Your Hearing Aid Batteries Kansas City
Your Hearing Aid Batteries Kansas City
Your Hearing Aid Batteries Kansas City
Your Hearing Aid Batteries Kansas City
Your Hearing Aid Batteries Kansas City
Your Hearing Aid Batteries Kansas City
Your Hearing Aid Batteries Kansas City
Your Hearing Aid Batteries Kansas City
Your Hearing Aid Batteries Kansas City
Your Hearing Aid Batteries Kansas City
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Your Hearing Aid Batteries Kansas City

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4657 Blue Ridge Blvd …

4657 Blue Ridge Blvd
Kansas City, MO 64133
Marketing Number: (816) 875-3615

Visit Our Website
www.Hearing-Aids-Kansas-City-MO.com

Contact your hearing healthcare professional for questions regarding or to purchase additional hearing aid batteries!

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  • 1. Call Today (816) 875-3615 Visit Our Websitewww.Hearing-Aids-Kansas-City-MO.com
  • 2. Your HearingAid Batteries
  • 3. Your hearing aid battery will vary based on which hearing instrument you have purchased. Batteries differ by size and power. The smaller your battery is, the less power and shorter life it will have. Battery packs comecoded by number and color. There are 4 sizes, from smallest to largest: 10(yellow), 13 (orange), 312 (brown), and 675 (blue).
  • 4. A small sticker tab with thecoordinating color will be placedon each battery. Once this tab is removed, the battery will beginto drain. Do not remove this tab until you are going to use the battery.
  • 5. Put the tab on a calendar or date book to keep up withyour battery use. Placing the tab back on will not prevent its drain. If you are getting much less consistently, ask your hearing healthcare professional to evaluate your hearing aid to determine that there are no problems.
  • 6. To insert your battery, place the battery smooth side up into the battery door and close itcompletely. The door should closewithout any issue and no need for force. If the door is not closing properly, check your battery placement.
  • 7. Do not place the battery directly into the hearing aid opening unless directed to do so by a hearing healthcareprofessional. Most hearingaids are crafted to hold the battery in a door, and damage may occur with direct insertion.
  • 8. To remove your battery,open the battery door and slide or drop the batter y out. If you are having difficulty, try using a magnet to pull out the battery.
  • 9. Contact your hearing healthcare professional for questions regarding or to purchase additional hearing aid batteries!
  • 10. Call Today (816) 875-3615 Visit Our Websitewww.Hearing-Aids-Kansas-City-MO.com

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