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ReSound V
Model V30


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  • Page 1 O P E R AT I N G I N S T R U C T I O N S ReSound V Model V30...
  • Page 2 Please familiarize yourself with the information in this booklet. Proper understanding and use of your new GN ReSound hearing instrument will allow you to derive maximum hearing benefit. ReSound V is a trademark of GN ReSound .
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Contents page Your ReSound V Hearing Instrument User Operated Controls Volume Control Mode Selector Your ReSound V set-up Stand-by Function On/Off Function Insertion of the Hearing Instrument Removal of the Hearing Instrument Changing the Battery Battery Warning Information Daily Maintenance...
  • Page 4: Your Resound V Hearing Instrument

    Your ReSound V Hearing Instrument 1. Mode Selector 2. Battery Compartment 3. Microphone Sound Inlet 4. Air Vent 5. Sound Outlet...
  • Page 5 7. Manufacturer 8. Year of Manufacture 9. Model 10. Serial Number...
  • Page 6: User Operated Controls

    User Operated Controls Volume Control The volume control in your ReSound V instrument is fully automatic, so there is no need to bother with adjustments. Your instrument has been programmed to vary its amplifica- tion according to your needs. However you have the option...
  • Page 7: Mode Selector

    Mode Selector In ReSound V you have a basic programme and 3 different modes. The first mode is the Comfort Mode, and if you select the telecoil option you have additionally the T and MT modes. If your hearing care professional has programmed the telecoil option with the specific mode into your instrument, you can select the modes simply by depressing the push button.
  • Page 8: Your Resound V Set-up

    After waiting, press the mode selector once. Please note that the instrument is using a small amount of power when in stand-by mode. On/Off Function Your ReSound V ITC (In-The-Canal) is equipped with an on/off switch integrated into the battery compart- ment.
  • Page 9: Insertion Of The Hearing Instrument

    Insertion of the Hearing Instrument To insert the hearing instrument into your ear: 1. Grip the instrument with your thumb and forefinger, either above and below or on the sides (as shown) with the programme selector on top. 2. Place the sound outlet portion into your ear canal. 3.
  • Page 10: Removal Of The Hearing Instrument

    Removal of the Hearing Instrument To remove the hearing instrument: 1. Gently massage behind your earlobe with an upward and downward motion to dislodge the instrument. 2. Place your thumb on the bottom and forefinger on the top of the instrument, and carefully remove the instru- ment out of your ear canal with a slight “corkscrew”...
  • Page 11: Battery Warning Information

    When the battery voltage/power decreases to a certain level, the instrument will stop amplifying and emit a soft beeping signal. This signal will continue for about one minute and then the instrument will be automatically switched off. Therefore, it is recommended that you keep a spare battery on hand.
  • Page 12: Daily Maintenance

    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.
  • Page 13: Cleaning The Microphone Sound Inlet

    Changing the Sound Outlet Filter/ Cleaning the Sound Outlet Your ReSound V hearing instrument may be equipped with a sound outlet filter (consult your hearing care professional). This filter is located at the end of the sound outlet and prevents debris from getting into the hearing instrument.
  • Page 14: Telephone Use

    (telecoil) which picks up magnetic emanations from a hearing instrument compatible telephone. Your hearing care professional can set-up your ReSound V hearing instrument to take advantage of the telecoil. By selecting the telecoil mode, the hearing instrument will only pick up the sounds coming from the telephone.
  • Page 15: Using Assistive Listening Systems

    Do not attempt to open the case of the hearing instrument since this would invalidate the warranty. If your GN ReSound hearing instru- ment requires service, please contact your hearing care pro- fessional for assistance.
  • Page 16: Troubleshooting Guide

    T R O U B L E S H O O T I N G G U I D E S Y M P T O M C A U S E Dead • Not turned on • Battery low/dead •...
  • Page 17 P O S S I B L E R E M E D Y • Turn on • Replace battery • Insert battery properly • Clean sound outlet • Change cerumen filter • Replace battery • Reinsert carefully • Clean sound outlet •...
  • Page 18: General Precautions

    General Precautions • Consult a physician if you find a foreign object in your ear canal, if you experience skin irritation or if excessive ear wax accumulates with the use of the hearing instru- ment. • Different types of radiation, e.g. from NMR or CT scanners, may damage the hearing instrument.
  • Page 19: Key Word Index

    Sound outlet 4,13 Stand-by mode Telecoil use 7,14,15 Telephone use Troubleshooting guide 16-17 User operated controls Volume control Any issues relating to the EU Medical Device Directive 93/42/EEC should be directed to GN ReSound A/S. Faceplate/Electronics by: GN ReSound A/S...
  • Page 20 Worldwide headquarters Australia GN ReSound A/S GN ReSound Pty. Ltd. Lautrupbjerg 7 Unit R1 Regents Park Estate DK-2750 Ballerup 391 Park Road Denmark Regents Park NSW 2143 Tel.: +45 45 75 11 11 Tel.: 02 9743 9707 Fax: +45 45 75 11 19 Fax: 02 9743 7472

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