What Type of Hearing Aid Batteries Do I Need?
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http://budurl.com/fmhorlando The type of hearing aid battery you need depends on your hearing aid(s). The batteries, with a removable sticker tab, are color and number coded.

http://budurl.com/fmhorlando The type of hearing aid battery you need depends on your hearing aid(s). The batteries, with a removable sticker tab, are color and number coded.

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    • What Type of Hearing Aid Batteries Do I Need? The type of hearing aid battery you need depends on your hearing aid(s). The batteries, with a removable sticker tab, are color and number coded. Your audiologist or hearing specialist will tell you the number and color that your hearing aid requires. Below are thestandard number and color codes:Number Color10 Yellow13 Orange312 Brown675 BlueDepending on the size and type of aid, most batteries will lastapproximately 10 days to two weeks with average wearing time(from waking to going to sleep at night). If the battery is dead,then the aid will not work. Weak batteries may also causenoticeable changes in sound quality.A battery tester can be purchased from your audiologist orhearing specialist to determine if your battery is providing theproper voltage. You should always contact your hearinginstrument specialist to buy your hearing aid batteries.To insert a new battery: Remove the colored tab. The battery hasa beveled side and a flat side. To insert, place the battery flatside up into the battery door and close the door. Website: FixMyHearing Blog: http://hearing-aids-orlando-fl.com 2601 Delaney Ave Orlando, Florida 32806 (407) 329-4885
    • You should never have to force a battery in or force the doorclosed. If the door will not close, the battery may be the wrongsize or in upside down. Never place the battery directly into theaid. The battery should always be placed into the door.To remove the old battery: Open the battery door and slide outthe used battery, replace it with a new one. If the battery is toosmall to grasp, a magnet can be used to help slide the usedbattery out. Place the sticker tab from the battery on the calendarday you change batteries, this will help you to keep up with yourbattery use.Your battery is a zinc air battery, which is activated by airexposure. By removing the colored tab, the battery is exposed toair and immediately begins to drain. Once removed, placing thesticker tab back on the battery will not stop the drain. Do not pullthe tab off of your hearing aid battery until you are ready to useit. Website: FixMyHearing Blog: http://hearing-aids-orlando-fl.com 2601 Delaney Ave Orlando, Florida 32806 (407) 329-4885