How to

put on a miniRITE or
RITE hearing aid

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    1. Place the hearing aid behind your ear.

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    2. Hold the bend of the speaker wire between your thumb and index finger. The earpiece should point towards the ear canal opening.

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    3. Gently push the earpiece into your ear canal until the speaker wire sits close against the side of your head.

Watch how to put the hearing aid on the ear:

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How to

remove a miniRITE or RITE hearing aid

Watch how to remove the hearing aid from the ear and how to turn it off by opening the battery drawer:

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Notice the left/right
ear marking

Hearing aids are fitted to the unique characteristics of each ear, which means your left hearing aid is programmed differently from your right. In order to easily identify whether it is the left ear or right ear aid, colour markings may be applied inside the battery drawer of behind-the-ear styles:

Left: blue dot.

Right: red dot.

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