SIE Retainer (2-pack)

Retainers are soft plastic handles that curl into the bowl of your ear to hold the sound tip securely in place.

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SIE Retainer (2-pack) from Blamey Saunders hears
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About this product

Retainers are soft plastic handles that curl into the bowl of your ear to hold the sound tip securely in place. These are for Opus-96 and SIE speaker assemblies.

Some hearing aid users prefer to trim them off altogether.

Replacing a broken retainer

  • image indicating what a retainer is Retainers can become brittle and break over time. When this happens you will need to replace it
  • image indicating the location of the loop on the speaker assembly The retainer is held in place by a small plastic loop on the speaker assembly, like thread through the head of a needle

1. Remove the old retainer

  • image indicating the direction in which to push the old retainer in order to remove it Hold the speaker (red or blue part) firmly in one hand and push the retainer up and out through the loop using your other hand
  • image indicating the process of pulling to remove the old retainer from the plastic loop Once the tip of the retainer has been pushed out you can easily pull out the rest of it

2. Insert the new retainer

  • image indicating the process of pulling a new retainer downwards through the loop Thread a new retainer through the loop in a downwards direction, and pull it through all the way to the end
  • image indicating the process of pulling a new retainer downwards through the loop The end result should look like this with the retainer pointing downwards