ReSound 10 CIC Operation & User’s Manual

ReSound 10 CIC Hearing Aid Manual (13 pages)

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699/699963-10_cic.pdf file (19 Aug 2023)
  • Manufacturer: ReSound
  • Category of Device: Hearing Aid
  • Document: 10 CIC Operation & User’s Manual, File Type: PDF
  • Updated: 19-08-2023
  • Count of Pages: 13
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ReSound 10 CIC Hearing Aid PDF Operation & User’s Manual (Updated: Saturday 19th of August 2023 08:21:49 PM)

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Operation & User’s Manual (Text):

(Ocr-Read Summary of Contents of some pages of the ReSound 10 CIC Document (Main Content), UPD: 19 August 2023)
  • 2, 2 3 Contents page Your ReSound Hearing Instrument 4-5 Programme Selector 6 Your Programme Environments 7 Stand-by Function 7 On/Off Function 7 SmartStart 8 Low Battery Warning 8 Volume Control 8 Insertion of the Hearing Instrument 9 Removal of the Hearing Instrument 10 Changing the Battery 10 Battery Warning Information 11 Daily Maintenance 12 Cleaning the Microphone Sound Inlet 13 Changing the Sound Outlet Fil…

  • 3, ReSound 10 CIC 4 5 M X 1 0 X X X X X X X GN ReSound X X 1 0 X X X X X X X GN ReSound M X 1 0 X X X X X X X GN ReSound X X 3 0 - D X X X X X X X GN ReSound X X 4 0 - D X X X X X X X GN ReSound Your ReSound Hearing Instrument 1. Microphone Sound Inlet 6. Volume Control 2. Battery Compartment 7. Programme Selector 3. Removal Cord 8. Model 4. Air Vent 9. Serial Number 5. Sound Outlet 10. Manufacturer 6 1 7 1 2 4 1 5 4 3 2 10 5 9 8 10 8 9 1 5 4 3 2 7 4 7 1 2 1 6 4 10 5 9 8 4 …

  • 4, 6 7 Your Programme Environments Programme Description of when to use Stand-by Function To put the instrument into stand-by mode, hold down the pro gramme selector for 5 seconds. You will hear a series of beeps, and the device is now in stand-by mode. Before return ing to functional mode, you will need to wait approximately 5 seconds. After waiting, press the pro- gramme selector once. Please note that the instrument is using a small amount of power when in stand-by mode. On/Off Function Your ReS…

  • 5, ReSound 10 CIC 8 9 SmartStart SmartStart allows you the possibility for inserting the instru- ment in the ear without annoying sounds like squealing. It delays the switch on time 10 seconds after closing the bat- tery compartment, and is indicated by a beep every second after closing the battery compartment. Low Battery Warning When the battery voltage/power decreases to a low level, the instrument will inform you by a soft low-battery-war…

  • 6, ReSound 10 CIC 10 11 Always use the correct zinc-air battery size for your instru- ment. Please note that if the battery is weak, the hearing instrument performance will be reduced. Removing the battery when you are not wearing the instrument will help prevent corrosion of the battery contacts and reduce battery consumption. Battery Warning Information Batteries contain dangerous substances and should be disposed of carefully in the interest of your sa…

  • 7, 12 13 Daily Maintenance Keep your hearing instrument clean and dry. Wipe the case with a soft cloth or tissue after use to remove grease or moisture. If the instrument has been exposed to high humidity or perspiration, enclose it in a sealed container together with a drying agent (dessicator) overnight. Consult your hearing care professional concerning which drying agent to use. To avoid the need for unwarranted repairs: • Never immerse the instrument in water or other liquids since this may c…

  • 8, 14 15 Telephone Use Your hearing instrument may be equipped with an induc- tion coil (telecoil) which picks up magnetic emanations from a hearing instrument compatible telephone. Your hearing care professional can programme one of your listening pro- grammes to take advantage of the telecoil. By selecting the telecoil programme, the hearing instrument will only pick up the sounds coming from the telephone…

  • 9, 16 17 TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE SYMPTOM CAUSE Dead • Not turned on • Battery low/dead • Battery improperly inserted • Blocked sound outlet • Blocked cerumen lter Not loud • Battery low enough • Instrument loose • Blocked sound outlet • Blocked cerumen lter • Change in hearing • Excessive ear wax • Volume set too low Whistles • Instrument improperly inserted • Poorly tting instrument Not clear, • Battery low Dis…

  • 10, 18 19 General Precautions • Consult a physician if you nd a foreign object in your ear canal, if you experience skin irritation or if excessive ear wax accumulates with the use of the hearing instrument. • Different types of radiation, e.g. from NMR or CT scan- ners, may damage the hearing instrument. Therefore, do not wear the hearing instrument during these or other corresponding scanning procedures. Other types of radia tion (burglary alarms, room surveillance systems, radio equipment, mobile telephones, etc.…

  • 11, 20 21 Key Word Index Assistive listening (Tele-loop) systems 15 Battery change 10 Battery compartment 4,10 Cerumen/earwax 13 Cleaning the instrument 12,13 Environmental programmes 7 Insertion 9 Low battery warning 8 Maintenance 12,13 On/off function 7 Programme selector 4,6 Removal 10 SmartStart 8 Sound outlet 5,13 Stand-by mode 7 Telecoil use 14,15 Telephone use 14 Troubleshooting guide 16-17 User operated controls 4,6,8 Volume control 8 Faceplate/Electronics by: GN ReSound…

  • 13, ReSound 10 CIC 16015700-GB-08.08 Rev. A Worldwide Headquarters GN ReSound A/S Lautrupbjerg 9 DK-2750 Ballerup, Denmark Tel.: +45 45 75 11 11 Fax: +45 45 75 11 19 www.gnresound-group.com United Kingdom GN ReSound Ltd. 1 Landscape Close Weston Business Park Weston-on-the-Green Oxon OX25 3SX Tel.: 0 1869 343 500 Fax: 0 1869 343 466 www.gnresound.co.uk Australia GN ReSound Pty. Ltd. Unit R1 Regent Park Estate 391 Park Road Regent Park NSW 2143 Tel.: 02 9743 9707 Fax: 02 9743 7472 www.gnresound.com.au New Zealand GN ReSound (NZ) Ltd. 12 Parkway Drive Mair…

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  • Troubleshooting the Auria What do you need in a kit to troubleshoot the Auria?  Spare headpiece and cable  Spare PowerCel  FireFly earhook or The System Sensor  Access to meaning of FireFly displays (see next page).  Access to meaning of System Sensor displays (see next page).  Contact numbers  It might also be useful to have a Dri-Aid kit in case ...

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  • Sound processor type designations for models included in this User Manual are: FCC ID QZ3BAHA4, IC: 8039C-BAHA4, IC model: Baha4.Statement:This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Op-eration is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including int ...

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  • PRODUCT GUIDEMicro Receiver-In-Canal (mRIC) With EarbudYour new hearing aids offer Starkey’s most advanced technology with supreme sound quality and features. They are customizable to fit your unique hearing needs, helping you to stay connected to the people and things you love most.Hearing Aid Parts1. Hearing Aid2. Cable3. Receiver4. Microphone5. Push Button User Control6. Comfo ...

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