1. Measure around the ear with string, as in the picture; make string snug but do not distort the ear lobe. Measure length to the nearest 1/4”. Should 1/8” be measured, go up to the next 1/4”, eg. 4 1/8”, go to 4 1/4”. Huggie Aids are very flexible for a perfect fit. The straps are strong for long endurance. Do not leave Huggie Aids on for so long that the ear lobe distorts; watch for the ear to become too big for Huggie Aid and replace with a new larger size.
2. Remove Earmold; slip hook end into ‘A’ strap keeping the tube under the hearing aid. Slide ‘B’ strap over the bottom of the hearing aid; then cover battery door, keeping the tube portion of Huggie Aid to underside of the hearing aid close to the ear. Push mold into the ear through the Huggie Aid circle, not under it.