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Starkey Hear Clear Hearing Aid Wax Filters

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NEW 8-filter pack of Original Starkey Replacement Filters- MicroTech Hear Clear Wax Guards - now shipping the new "red sticks" that replace the older "blue sticks" with the white filter on the end. 8-packs. Fits most Starkey, MicroTech, Audibel, and Nu-Ear hearing aids made within the last five years. Hearing Aid Care amp; Maintenance Instructions from Directly from Starkey: Maintaining your hearing aid through daily cleaning and regular service is extremely important. Proper care helps retain optimum hearing conditions, extends the life of your hearing aid, and ensures proper hygiene. How to care for your hearing aid Handle your hearing aid with care. Store your hearing aid in a safe place that's dry and cool. Change hearing aid batteries often so they don't suddenly run out of power. Switch off your hearing aid when you're not using it. If you don't use it for a long period of time, remove the battery. Battery contacts should be cleaned regularly. Use a cotton swab, taking care not to bend the contacts. Dirty battery contacts can cause improper device function. Remove earwax from your hearing aid to prevent temporary malfunction or permanent damage. Clean your hearing aid using the small brush or the soft cloth that came with it. Never insert tools into the sound outlet. Doing so could damage the receiver. If you can't clean the hearing aid completely, ask your hearing professional for help. Change filters often so they don't collect wax or dirt. Accumulated earwax may prevent sounds from traveling from the hearing aid into the middle ear. Contact your doctor regularly to have your ear canals cleaned. Never remove the earwax from the ear yourself. Doing so could damage your ear. Don't wear your hearing aid in the shower swimming when using a hair dryer, hair spray or other types of spray

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