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AB cochlear implant systems are designed to keep you or your child hearing your best during your daily activities. Should you ever encounter any difficulties with your cochlear implant system, these care and maintenance tips are available to help you minimize any downtime and keep you immersed in the vibrant world of sound. 

Maintenance Tips

If you suspect there is an issue with your or your child’s cochlear implant system, first try the following maintenance tips:

  • Visually inspect the sound processor for any obvious damage, disconnections, etc.
  • Verify that the system’s battery is fully charged.
  • Check to ensure the battery is in place and properly seated.
  • Inspect the headpiece cable to see if it is connected properly, twisted, frayed, or broken.
  • Check the headpiece for any cracks or damage.
  • If something appears broken, and you have spare equipment, such as an extra headpiece, replace the suspected damaged equipment with your spare equipment and see if the system then functions properly. 

    If there are no obvious signs of cracking or damage, continue on to the guidelines for your sound processor. If there are signs of cracking, fraying, or other damage, contact the Advanced Bionics office in your region to order replacement equipment.

How To Videos:

Using the ComPilot as a Remote Control with the Naida Cl

 Using the ComPilot to Play Music on the Naida Cl

 Inserting Your Naida Cl Sounds Processor into the AquaCase

 Disassembling the Universal Headpiece and Cable from the Naida Cl

 Changing the Naida Cl Microphone Filter