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My boyfriend has pioneer surround sound speakers for the house and on the subwoofer my daughter pushed in the dome what is the best way to get the dome back out

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A vacuum works good, or some good tape. It's only a dust cover for the voice coil. It does nothing for performance of the speaker, unless it's loose and it will vibrate and sound bad and the you can re-glue the edges.
I'm sure your daughter feels bad, but let her know that she did not damage the speaker at all, it will be just fine.

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