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Test your hearing


Graham.

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Graham.

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Try again (it had a www in it) Online hearing check

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Forum Editor

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I edited your opening post link, but regrettably it's a dead link - "The page you are linking to has moved or no longer exists".

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Woolwell

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It didn't work in IE9 but ok in Firefox

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Graham.

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All OK here (who said that?)

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Forum Editor

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I must be in the internet equivalent of the Bermuda triangle - I've tried the link in IE9, Opera, Firefox and Chrome, and although it takes me to the correct site, I get 'Page no longer exists' messages in all four browsers.

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Woolwell

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hssutton

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All the links work for me using Firefox, my problem is I can only hear the first two sets of numbers :)

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Woolwell

Very strange. Your link takes me to exactly the same page, which contains the message "The page you are linking to has moved or no longer exists"

I'm investigating.

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Woolwell

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FE

What happens if you copy and paste this:

http://www.rnid.org.uk/howwehelp/hearingcheck/takeonlinehearingcheck/

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PILECAP

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Tried the test, and it was normal for my age (56). For curiosity, I did the test a second time and put age 40 in, and it was still normal. I have an annual hearing test at work but the test is different because it emits bleeps at varying volumes and frequencies, and that is normal.

Despite all this, my wife still insists I’m going deaf.

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