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Old 24th April 2003
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monitor question...

I am wondering if anyone knows how to get a dent out of the cone of a monitor woofer. I don't want to damage it and I tried to do it from the back, but don't have access. Any ideas would be appreciated. Thanks!
Old 24th April 2003
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Gear Maniac
 
🎧 15 years
Re: monitor question...

Quote:
Originally posted by helado
I am wondering if anyone knows how to get a dent out of the cone of a monitor woofer. I don't want to damage it and I tried to do it from the back, but don't have access. Any ideas would be appreciated. Thanks!

I assume you are talking about the dome.

Use a pin.
Old 25th April 2003
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If it is the dome, try using a vacuum cleaner w/o an attachment to pull it out.
Old 25th April 2003
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Or a piece of tape.

Or you could just yell at it and tell it to come out of it's shell.
Old 25th April 2003
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Jax
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pretty damned OT

Once while I was sitting in my pickup at a stoplight, a guy came over to my driver's side door and started pounding a dent puller into a couple of large dents on the door. After he had pulled them out he asked me for $50, which I didn't have and wouldn't have given him anyway because I didn't ask for his help.

Anyhoo, it worked out well for me and it only cost the guy two minutes of his life. If he would have asked before he did it, the outcome probably would have been different.

... and now back to our regularly scheduled programming
Old 25th April 2003
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Duck tape.
Old 25th April 2003
  #7
Gear Nut
 
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Push the other one in so it matches.


(better stereo imaging)

Old 26th April 2003
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Vacuum cleaner, works every time. I used to have a job selling hi-fi gear, for some reason, people seem to thing pushing a speaker cone in with the dust cap is a fine judge of quality ??

Needless to say, I did this alot.
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