Today I am going to show you how to repair a dent on a speaker's dust cap. When it comes to speakers without grills, people usually punch or push a small dent on a speaker's dust cap. The dent doesn't actually affect the speaker's performance but rather it becomes eyesore, dents make speakers look ugly. I found a fast and easy way to restore the original shape of a speaker's dust cap.
What Is A Dust Cap? A dust cap is the semicircular dome found in a speaker's cone. From its name, the dustcap prevents the speaker's coil form collecting and storing dust from the outside.
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Step 1: Tools and Materials
For this project you will only need 3 tools to fix the dent dusted cap. The tools can be found in every household. The three of them are very common and can be found everywhere.
Tools An Materials:
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- Black Marker
- Long Nose Pliers
- 2 Thin Needles
Step 2: Making a Hooked Needle
Get your pliers and slowly bend the needle at a 45 degree angle. Be sure to bend it slowly or else the needle might break, needles break easily.
Step 3: Puncture the Dust Cap
Puncture the dust cap with the needle you just bent, then pull it in a slanting position. The hooked end should grip on the dust cap. Repeat the procedure until it goes back into its original shape.
Step 4: Using a Marker to Hide the Tiny Holes
Use a marker that matches the color of your dust cap. Shade it until you are done.
Step 5: You're Done!
Your done! You're speaker should look like the picture below.