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Hearing aid makes a whistling sound
- Whistling (feedback) occurs when amplified sound returns to the microphone and is re-amplified.
- Most hearing aids whistle when not inserted properly into the ear canal. Try reinserting the tip into your ear canal so it fits better.
- Lower the volume.
- If whistling occurs when raising the volume, you may need more gain and should try our closed ComfortTIP. Please contact customer support.
- Wax or debris can cause whistling. Clean the tubing, tip, and ear canal. Replace the tubing and tip if they appear worn.