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Dent on JBL ES100 low-frequency 10'' speaker

post #1 of 5
Thread Starter 
Hi, i just bough second hand speakers with the dent, it does not affects sound ( i hope ) but it does not look right. Not sure what could be next step trying to fix it. I can post a picture if that would help. No idea what is the speaker model and google did not helped . Your advise would be greatly appreciated

Thank you in advance
post #2 of 5
CAREFULLY try using your vacuum cleaner to fix this 'dent'.
post #3 of 5
Sounds like the spherical dust cover over the center of the driver? If so, yes a vacuum can work, also a piece if tape pressed to the dent and pull it out.
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Thread Starter 
Thank you, never did this before, will give a go. smile.gif
post #5 of 5
The vac has worked for me. You don't want to use a large overpowering commercial vac...LOL. I used a smaller sized vac. Place the end of the hose directly on the dust cap, then turn the switch on and off in one fast motion. One try usually does it.
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