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    User Guide


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    Short introduction
    Inserting the battery
    Switching ON / OFF
    Controlling the volume
    Selecting a hearing program


    Replacing the battery
    Tamper proof battery compartment
    Identifying left and right instruments
    Inserting Savia Art hearing system with
    earmold into your ear
    Inserting Savia Art hearing system with Fit’nGo
    slim tube or Fit’nGo standard tube into your ear
    Fine tuning your Savia Art hearing system



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    Switching ON / OFF
    Controlling the volume
    Selecting a hearing program
    Telecoil (optional)
    EasyPhoneplus (optional)
    Remote controls (optional)


    FM communication with Savia Art (optional)
    Attaching / removing MicroLink
    FM receiver ML9S / Audio shoe AS9
    Manual selection of an FM program
    Multi-frequency FM products
    FM Transmitters


    Wind and Weather Protector
    Open fitting: Fit’nGo slim tube
    Important points




    Service and Warranty


    Phonak distributors worldwide




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    Your new Savia Art hearing system uses the very latest
    advances in digital hearing technology. Savia Art offers
    you – fully automatic – the highest sound quality, speech
    understanding and listening comfort in all your hearing
    situations. High-tech has turned highly sophisticated
    hearing systems into convenient devices that are easy
    to use.
    Please read this manual carefully to benefit from all
    the features of your new Savia Art hearing system. Ask
    your hearing care professional if you have any questions.
    Savia Art is a quality product developed by the Swiss
    company Phonak, a world leader in hearing technology,
    innovation and reliability. With proper care and usage,
    your Savia Art hearing system will support your hearing
    and understanding for many years.
    If you want additional information about Savia Art,
    please visit the Phonak website www.phonak.com.

    Phonak – Your partner for good hearing!


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    Savia Art hearing system with earmold


    Microphone inputs with
    Wind and Weather Protector
    Program switch (TacTronic)
    Volume control
    Battery compartment with
    ON / OFF switch
    Hook /sound output
    Individual earmold

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    Savia Art hearing
    system with
    Fit’nGo slim tube
    ቢ – ብ see page 6
    ቦ Slim tube
    (sound output)
    ቧ Dome
    ቨ Retention

    Savia Art hearing
    system with Fit’nGo
    standard tube
    ቢ – ቦ see page 6
    ቧ Fit’nGo
    standard tube
    ቨ Fit’nGo wax
    ቩ Retention


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    Short introduction
    Inserting the battery
    Details see page 10

    Switching ON / OFF
    Details see page 25




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    Controlling the volume
    Details see page 27
    Volume up

    Volume down


    Selecting a hearing program
    Details see page 29


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    Replacing the battery
    Use battery size 13 for all Savia Art Behind The Ear
    (BTE) instruments.
    Using the nail grip, open the battery compartment
    completely and remove the old battery.

    Remove the protective foil from the new battery.


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    Insert the new battery with the “+” sign (flat side of
    the battery) in line with the “+” marked on the battery
    cover and close it.


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    Replacing the battery
    Handle the battery cover with care and do not
    use excessive force.
    If there is any resistance when shutting the cover,
    ensure that the battery is inserted correctly.
    The cover may not close properly if the battery is
    upside down, and the instrument will not work.
    When your hearing system is not in use, leave the
    battery compartments open to allow any moisture
    to evaporate.
    We recommend to only use batteries which your
    hearing care professional approves and sells.
    Low battery warning:
    An acoustic signal gives you an early warning that the
    battery is approaching exhaustion. You have usually
    at least 30 minutes to replace the battery. With very high
    quality batteries, this reserve may be higher and the
    hearing system will repeat the low battery warning
    approximately every 30 minutes.


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    Tamper proof battery compartment
    To protect children from the dangers of playing with
    batteries, a special locking system may be mounted on
    the instruments. This locking system can also be used
    for identifying left and right instruments (see page 15).
    To lock the battery compartment, after it is closed:
    Use a Phonak screwdriver and turn the screw to its
    middle position (slot vertical).

    To unlock the battery cover: Turn the screw until it

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    Please make sure that the screw is not in the locked
    position when you close the battery compartment.


    The ON / OFF switch is not available when the
    battery compartment is locked.
    To switch the hearing system OFF, it is necessary
    to unlock the tamper proof battery compartment.


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    Identifying left and right hearing systems
    It is important to use the correct hearing system for
    each ear.
    Your hearing care professional can mark the hearing
    systems for you. The color code on the housing will
    identify left and right hearing systems.
    The color code is as follows:

    red = right

    blue = left


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    Inserting Savia Art
    hearing system
    with earmold into
    your ear

    Using the hand on the same side you wear your hearing
    system, grasp the earmold between the thumb and
    index finger.

    Raise your hand to your ear making sure the canal
    portion of the earmold faces your ear. Tilt your hand
    slightly forward.

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    Place the canal portion of the earmold inside your ear
    canal. If it is difficult to get it into place, stretch your ear
    by pulling it gently backwards and upwards with your
    other hand. When the canal portion is in place, twist the
    earmold backwards so that it fits into the concha and
    the helix portion is under the fold.


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    Now position the hearing system behind the ear.
    Be careful not to twist the tubing.


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    Check the placement of the earmold by tracing the
    contour of the ear with your finger.

    To remove your hearing system, grasp the earmold,
    not the tubing, and pull it out of your ear gently but


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    Inserting Savia Art hearing system with Fit’nGo
    slim tube or Fit’nGo standard tube into your ear
    Open domes:
    Place the hearing instrument over the top
    of your ear ቢ.

    Hold the slim / Fit’nGo tube where it attaches to the
    dome or Fit’nGo wax protector ባ and gently push the
    dome into your ear canal.

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    The dome or Fit’nGo wax protector should be placed
    far enough into the ear so that the slim / Fit’nGo tube
    lies flush with your head ባ .

    Place the retention tail of the slim / Fit’nGo tube into
    the bowl of your concha ቤ.


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    Closed domes:
    The closed dome has a different design than the open
    dome, refer to picture. The closed dome consists of two
    fins overlapping each other. Before inserting the closed
    dome into the ear canal it is important to check the
    position of these fins. The bigger fin must be positioned
    over the smaller fin, see picture ብ. If the position
    is incorrect ቦ, you can easily adjust it with one finger,
    just bend smoothly the bigger fin forwards and then
    back again so that it is overlapping the smaller one, see
    picture ቧ. Make also sure that the slit of the closed
    dome is in a horizontal position on the tube unit,
    as shown in picture ብ. Your closed dome and external
    receiver unit is ready to be inserted into the ear, refer
    to page 20.


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    Correct position

    Wrong position

    Moving the fins


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    Fine tuning based on your personal preferences
    The fitting process has limited capabilities of reproducing
    the full spectrum of your personal sound environments.
    This limitation is now overcome by the ability of Savia Art
    hearing system to learn from your real life volume
    adjustments. Savia Art hearing systems offer a unique
    functionality called “Self Learning”. In every environment,
    it logs your personal volume changes within the hearing
    instrument. This means that every time you change the
    volume of your Savia Art hearing system, this correction
    is taken into account to apply your preferred volume
    automatically when you are in a similar environment next
    Self learning cleverly ensures that your volume corrections
    in each environment contribute to a fully personalized
    volume setting.


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    Switching ON / OFF
    Switching OFF:

    Using the nail grip, slightly open the
    battery cover until it snaps in its OFF

    Switching ON:

    Close the battery compartment.
    Your Savia Art hearing systems are
    always working in the initial hearing
    program, and at the preset volume
    when turned ON.

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    Your hearing care professional may have delayed
    the activation of your Savia Art hearing system after
    switching ON (9 or 15 seconds), in order to avoid
    any disturbance while placing it on your ear. The
    activation is confirmed by an acoustic signal.


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    Controlling the volume
    The volume of your Savia Art hearing system can be
    adjusted above or below the preset volume.

    Volume up

    Volume down


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    • A beep confirms each action on the volume
    control. A double beep indicates that you have
    reached the limit of your volume control range.
    • If not required your hearing care professional can
    remove the volume control switch.
    • Phonak’s remote controls (see page 34ff) can also
    control the volume of all Savia Art BTEs.


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    Selecting a hearing program
    Automatic program selection
    The program selection in Savia Art is fully automatic.
    Savia Art is able to recognize different hearing
    environments and to automatically select the most
    appropriate hearing program.
    Additional program selection
    Upon request, your hearing care professional can program
    for you additional individual hearing programs dedicated
    to specific hearing situation or FM (wireless
    communication) use. Additional programs are available
    via remote control (see product range page 34ff.)
    and / or with the program switch.
    Ask your hearing care professional to print out the
    complete description of your individual hearing programs
    and how to access them with your remote control
    and / or your program switch.


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    Program switch (TacTronic):
    The program switch allows manual toggling between
    the “Automatic Mode” and the “Mute Mode”.
    A short melody confirms the selection of the “Automatic

    Telecoil (optional)
    Your hearing care professional may have activated
    a Telecoil (T-coil) in your Savia Art hearing systems.
    The programs with T-coil are used to listen to telephones
    that are compatible with hearing system or via
    inductive loop systems (present in some school settings,
    theaters, churches etc.) as well as other wireless
    solutions (e.g. Phonak MyLink FM system).

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    EasyPhoneplus (optional)
    The EasyPhoneplus function enables your Savia Art
    hearing system to automatically select your telephone
    program when the telephone handset is held close to
    your ear. An acoustic signal confirms the switching.
    It automatically returns to the previous hearing program
    when the telephone handset is removed from your ear.
    Some telephones produce a magnetic field strong enough
    to activate your EasyPhoneplus function. Most types of
    telephones require an additional magnet fixed on the
    receiver to activate this function.

    Fixing the EasyPhoneplus magnet
    Clean the telephone handset
    Hold the telephone handset nearly
    vertically, similarly to making
    a telephone call. Hold the magnet
    near to the “listening end” of your
    telephone handset and release it.
    The magnet will automatically flip
    to the correct side.

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    If you hold the telephone
    receiver in your right hand
    when making telephone
    calls, position the magnet in
    the upper right half of the
    If you hold the telephone
    receiver in your left hand
    when making telephone
    calls, position the magnet
    in the upper left half of
    the receiver.
    Use the double-sided adhesive
    tape to stick the magnet to
    the location described above.
    Do not cover the sound
    openings of your handset.


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    Use of EasyPhoneplus
    Use the telephone in a normal manner. An acoustic
    signal indicates the activation of the EasyPhoneplus
    program. At the beginning, you may need to move the
    handset slightly to find the optimum position for
    a reliable switching and comfortable hearing.
    If necessary, move the magnet to another position on
    the handset to increase your comfort of use.
    Keep magnets out of reach of children and pets.
    If a magnet is swallowed, please seek the advice
    of a medical practitioner.
    The magnet used to strengthen the magnetic field
    of your phone may affect some medical devices or
    electronic systems.
    Always keep the magnet (or the telephone equipped
    with the magnet) at least 30 cm (12”) away from
    pacemakers, credit cards, floppy disks or other
    magnetically sensitive devices.
    Too high distortion during dialing or phoning may
    mean that the phone receiver is stressed by the
    magnet. To avoid any damage, please move the
    magnet to another place on the telephone receiver.


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    Remote controls (optional)
    Remote controls from Phonak allow a discrete and
    convenient control of all the functions of your Savia
    Art hearing system:
    • Volume up and down
    • Program selection
    • Program mode selection
    If you wear two hearing systems, the remote control
    will simultaneously control both hearing systems.
    This ensures that their volume remains binaurally
    Phonak offers a complete range of remote controls. Ask
    your hearing care professional to demonstrate them
    to you and choose the model most convenient for your
    lifestyle and your taste.


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    WatchPilot2: exclusive and modern, available for
    women and men, with sporty rubber band or elegant
    metal band.

    SoundPilot2: direct access to all functions of your Savia
    Art hearing system.


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    KeyPilot2: small, easy, convenient. (no access to FM

    For best results with your KeyPilot or WatchPilot remote
    control, refer to photo.


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    SmartLink SX (see page 44) is a complete communication
    system combining a hearing aid remote control,
    FM communication and Bluetooth communication.
    For detailed information on the use of your remote
    control, please refer to its user guide. Your hearing care
    professional can also print an individual description
    of your hearing programs for you.
    Do not use your remote control in locations
    where it is forbidden to use electronic devices,
    for instance in airplanes.


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    FM communication with Savia Art (optional)
    Your Savia Art hearing system is equipped with a Direct
    Audio Input (DAI). It allows you to fully benefit from the
    high-end FM communication systems from Phonak.
    FM systems greatly improve communication when noise,
    distance or reverberation is a problem. A wireless FM
    communication system consists of a transmitter (e.g.
    SmartLink SX) and a receiver. The transmitter is placed
    near the sound source or is directly connected to your
    TV, radio or telephone, or linked via Bluetooth to your
    mobile telephone. It transmits the signal via radio to
    your MicroLink receivers attached to the Savia Art
    Your multifrequency MicroLink ML9S or MicroMLxS,
    fixed onto your Savia Art hearing system, is the world’s
    smallest high-end FM receiver. It is automatically
    activated by the EasyFM function, the TacTronic switch
    or a remote control.
    For more information about the use of your FM system,
    please refer to the appropriate FM transmitter user guide.


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    Attaching a n d removing MicroLink FM receiver
    ML9S and Audio shoe AS9
    Your hearing care professional has already prepared
    your Savia Art hearing system for use with an FM receiver.
    To attach the MicroLink receiver ML9S or the Audio shoe
    AS9, firmly hold it in your hand and push the small
    black locking systems together with the bottom of the
    hearing system ቢ.


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    FM communication with Savia Art (optional)
    Then, push the hearing system down until it snaps in ባ.


    To remove the MicroLink ML9S or Audio shoe, place the
    hearing system on a firm surface, hold the MicroLink /
    Audio shoe firmly and slide the locking system.
    Pull the hearing system upwards with the other hand.


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    When not in use, the MicroLink receivers automatically
    switch to a low power stand-by mode.
    With the audio shoe a universal MicroMLxS or another
    audio signal source can be connected to your Savia Art
    hearing system.


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    FM communication with Savia Art (optional)
    The EasyFM function automatically selects your FM
    program when a FM receiver is connected to your
    hearing system in mode “A” (automatic) and an FM
    signal is detected. An acoustic signal confirms the
    switching. The hearing system switches back to “A”
    when the FM signal is turned off.
    You can always manually override the EasyFM function
    with the program switch or a remote control.
    Manual selection of an FM program
    • Remote control (SmartLink SX, WatchPilot2 or
    SoundPilot2): use the FM keys of your remote
    control to select “FM+M” (FM and Savia Art’s
    microphone both active) and “FM” (only FM signal).
    The selection is confirmed by an acoustic signal.
    • Program switch (if activated by your hearing care
    professional): toggle until you reach the desired
    FM program, identified by the appropriate acoustic


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    Multi-frequency FM products
    Phonak recommends the following FM systems with
    your Savia Art hearing system.
    FM Receivers
    MicroLink ML9S: Perfectly integrated in
    the Savia Art design.

    Universal MicroLink: MicroMLxS together with
    the Audio shoe interface AS9-MLxS.

    If you use a MicroMLxS or
    MLx FM receiver set
    the MicroMLxS switch to the
    position “•”


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    FM communication with Savia Art (optional)
    FM Transmitters
    SmartLink SX: A complete communication system
    • a hearing system remote control
    • advanced FM features
    • a Bluetooth link for cell phone use

    Campus SX: Especially developed for schools and


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    Wind and Weather Protector
    Important: The Wind and Weather Protector is an
    exclusive Phonak system designed to protect the Savia
    Art high-tech microphones from dust and humidity – as
    a result they last much longer, reducing the service
    costs of your hearing systems. The life span of the Wind
    and Weather Protector should be up to several months,
    depending on the environment (wet, dusty, perspiration
    etc.). The Wind and Weather Protector should not
    be cleaned but replaced regularly. Your hearing systems
    should never be used without the Wind and Weather


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    The following care and maintenance tips will help
    extend the life span and ensure the efficiency of your
    Never wipe or clean the Wind and Weather
    Protector – it may lose its special acoustic and
    protection properties.
    The Wind and Weather Protector is made of two
    identical parts. Always replace both protectors
    Hair spray, make-up etc. may damage the Wind
    and Weather Protector. Remove your hearing
    system before applying cosmetics.
    Avoid touching the Wind and Weather Protector
    when you place an instrument on your ear or
    press the program switch.


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    Important: Consult your hearing care professional
    about changing the Wind and Weather Protector if you
    experience any of the following:
    • The hearing system sounds quieter than usual
    • There is a reduction in sound quality
    • Understanding in noise becomes more difficult
    • It becomes more difficult to determine the direction
    of sounds.
    After some experience, you will get to know when the
    Wind and Weather Protector needs to be replaced. It is
    advisable to have it replaced before the hearing system
    performance is affected.


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    Open fitting: Fit’nGo slim tube
    The following care and maintenance instructions
    will help extend the life span and ensure the quality
    and comfort of your hearing instrument fit with
    slim tube.
    The slim tube feeds the amplified sound from the
    hearing instrument into the ear. It is important that the
    slim tube and the dome fit correctly into your ear. If
    the slim tube or the dome irritates your ear in any way
    and prevents you from wearing your hearing instrument,
    please contact your hearing care professional. You
    should never attempt to modify the shape of the slim
    tube yourself. The slim tube and the dome should be
    cleaned regularly.


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    Remove the slim tube from the hearing instrument
    before cleaning by unscrewing and taking it off ቢ .
    Use a damp cloth to clean the slim tube and dome
    on the outside and use the black cleaning rod to “push”
    any debris out of the sound tube.


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    Insert the cleaning rod where the slim tube attaches
    to the hearing instrument and push all the way through
    the slim tube and out through the dome ባ . After
    cleaning it is important to remove the cleaning rod.
    It is not recommended to submerge or rinse the slim
    tube and the dome with water, as there is a risk that a
    water drop may become lodged in the slim tube. If this
    should occur, it will prevent sound from coming
    through the slim tube, and may be harmful to the
    hearing instrument’s electronics.

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    The slim tube and dome should be changed every third
    month or sooner if the slim tube becomes stiff or brittle.
    Only your hearing care professional should change the
    dome. This is to prevent the dome from detaching from
    the slim tube during insertion in the ear, which might
    result in injury.


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    Important points
    1) Always use new batteries as replacements.
    You can return empty batteries to your hearing care
    2) When your hearing system is not in use, leave the
    battery compartment open to allow any moisture
    to evaporate.
    3) If you will not be using your hearing systems for
    any length of time, store them in their protective
    case. Remove the batteries and leave the battery
    compartments open. Make sure your hearing
    systems are completely dry before closing the case.
    4) Protect your hearing systems from excessive moisture
    and heat. Always remove your hearing systems
    before showering, bathing or swimming. Do not leave
    hearing systems near windows or in a car. Avoid
    strong jolts and vibration.
    5) Daily cleaning and the use of a drying system is
    highly recommended. C&C Line from Phonak is a
    complete set of cleansing products. Your hearing
    care professional will be glad to advise you.
    Never use household cleaning products (washing
    powder, soap, etc.) to clean your hearing systems.


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    6) Hair spray, face creams and make-up can damage
    hearing systems. Remove the hearing systems
    before applying cosmetics.
    7) If you experience any soreness or inflammation in
    or behind your ear, contact your hearing care
    8) If your hearing system fails to operate after you
    have correctly inserted new batteries, contact your
    hearing care professional for advice. For coding
    reasons, please remember to bring your remote
    control, if you use one, together with your hearing
    system(s) for service enquiries.
    The symbol with the crossed out disposal bin
    indicates that this hearing instrument shall not
    be treated as household waste. Please hand
    over your old or unused hearing instrument to
    the applicable collection point for the recycling
    of electrical and electronic equipment or bring
    your old hearing instrument to your hearing care
    professional for appropriate disposal.
    By ensuring this product is disposed of correctly,
    you will help prevent potential negative effects
    on the environment and human health.


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    In very rare cases, the dome can remain in the ear
    canal when removing the external receiver unit
    from the ear.
    In the unlikely case that any parts remain in the ear
    canal, it is strongly recommended to see a medical
    specialist for safe removal.
    Hearing systems batteries are toxic when swallowed!
    Keep them out of reach of children and pets. If
    batteries are swallowed, please seek the advice of
    a medical practitioner!
    Use only hearing systems that have been specially
    programmed for you by a hearing care professional.
    Other instruments may be ineffective and may, in
    certain cases, even damage your hearing.
    X-ray radiation (e.g. CT scans, MRI scans) may
    adversely affect the correct functioning of your
    instruments. We recommend that you remove them
    before undergoing X-ray procedures and keep them
    outside the room.
    Hearing systems in directional microphone mode
    reduce mainly background sounds.
    Warning signals coming from behind and vehicles’
    horns approaching from behind are partially or
    completely suppressed.

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    Service and Warranty
    Phonak offers you a comprehensive global warranty
    which becomes effective on the date of purchase. Please
    ask your hearing care professional about the details and
    duration. This warranty covers any repairs due to defects
    in material and / or workmanship. The warranty does not
    cover damage from improper handling or care, exposure
    to chemicals, immersion in water or undue stress.
    Damage caused by third parties or non-authorized service
    centers renders the Phonak warranty null and void. This
    warranty does not include any services performed by
    a hearing care professional in their office. This warranty
    applies to the Phonak products listed below:
    Serial number
    instrument – right:

    Serial number
    instrument – left:

    Serial number
    FM receiver – right:

    Serial number
    FM receiver – left:

    Date of purchase:


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    Phonak distributors worldwide
    Group companies:
    New Zealand
    Russian Federation

    (detailed information on
    Phonak Australasia Pty. Ltd.
    Baulkham Hills N. S. W. 2153
    Hansaton Akustische Geräte GmbH
    5020 Salzburg
    LEts Lapperre B.H.A.C. NV, 1702 Groot-Bijgaarden
    Phonak Belgium NV, 1700 Dilbeek
    CAS Produtos Médicos, São Paulo –
    SP 04363-100
    Phonak Canada Limited, Mississauga
    Ontario L5W 0B3
    Phonak (Shanghai) Co. Ltd., Shanghai City
    Phonak Danmark A/S, Nitivej 10
    2000 Frederiksberg
    Phonak France SA, 69500 Bron
    Phonak GmbH, 70736 Fellbach-Oeffingen
    EC Representative
    India Phonak India Pvt. Ltd., 100 034 New Delhi
    Phonak Italia S.r.l., 20159 Milano
    Phonak Japan Co., Ltd., Tokyo 101-0044
    Phonak Middle East, 11181 Amman
    Phonak Mexicana, S.A. de C.V.
    03920, México, D.F.MEXICO
    Phonak B.V., 3439 ME Nieuwegein
    Phonak New Zealand Ltd., Takapuna
    Auckland 9
    Phonak AS, 0105 Oslo
    Phonak Polska Sp. z o.o., 00-567 Warszawa
    Phonak Ibérica S.A., 03008 Alicante, Spain
    Phonak CIS Ltd., Moscow, 115114
    Phonak Ibérica S.A., 03008 Alicante
    Phonak AB, 117 43 Stockholm
    Phonak AG, Phonak Schweiz, 8712 Stäfa

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    United Kingdom
    general agents:


    Phonak Turkey A.S., 34357 Istanbul
    Phonak UK Limited
    Warrington, Cheshire WA1 1PP
    Phonak LLC, Warrenville, IL 60555-3927
    A complete list of Phonak distributors
    is available at Phonak's Internet site:
    www.phonak.com Please visit us or
    ask your hearing care professional for
    Phonak AG, Laubisrütistrasse 28
    CH-8712 Stäfa, Switzerland


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    The CE symbol is confirmation by Phonak AG that
    Savia Art products and accessories meet the
    requirements of directive 93/42/EEC on medical
    This symbol indicates that Savia Art products comply
    with requirements for a BF type applied part according
    to EN 60601-1.
    This symbol indicates that it is important that the user
    refers to associated warnings given in this user guide.
    Safety notice External devices may only be connected if they have
    been tested in accordance with corresponding
    IECXXXXX standards. Only use accessories approved by
    Phonak AG.

    The hearing system has been designed for trouble-free
    operation under all ordinary climatic conditions.

    Transportation Temperature should not exceed limits of –20°/60°
    and storage Celsius at a relative air humidity of 65% for extended
    periods during transportation and storage. Air pressure
    between 500 and 1100 hPa is not detrimental to the


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