Phonak Hearing Aid Repair Service in Largo, Florida.

Regardless of where you bought your Phonak hearing aids, The Gardner Audiology repair lab in Largo, Florida can help you with in or out of warranty repairs, adjustments and routine services and checkups. 

Their new audiology clinic and repair lab has the latest equipment and computer software to help you with most all Phonak hearing aid makes and models including the Audeo, Marvel, and Lumity. Gardner Audiology Doctors work with and stock most major hearing aid brand repair parts. 

In the Tampa Bay Area of Florida 98% of hearing aids contain harmful moisture. Humidity, perspiration, rain and watersports cause a lot of hearing aid repair problems. Gardner Audiology can often revive dead or weak sounding hearing aids with a new piece of lab equipment that removes up to 100% of the moisture inside of hearing aids electronics. 

Cerumen (ear wax) can also kill Phonak hearing aids. The Gardner Audiology repair lab has special vacuums that can remove earwax from hearing aids. They also can replace the Phonak filters that prevent ear wax from causing expensive hearing aid repairs. 

Gardner Audiology recommends routine (every 6 months) hearing aid service visits for Phonak hearing aids. These service visits can prevent costly hearing aid repairs and optimize the sound of your aids. 

If you own a Phonak or any other brand of hearing aid, the Gardner Audiology Clinic at 11200 Seminole Blvd., Largo, Florida can repair, service and adjust your aids. Call 1-727-977-5222 and/or mail Visit to learn more about the Redux moisture removal system. 

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