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    one of the kids thought it would be fun to poke their finer into dads krk speaker cone. can this be fixied at home?

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    That's what's called the "dust cap", and they're kid magnets. For some reason, they love to push them in. 

    As far as the best way to fix that, something sticky, like a loop of tape, may adhere to it well enough to let you gently pull it out. Another way I've seen work, although you have to be careful if you try it, is to use a vacuum cleaner with a hose to gently "suck" it outward.


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