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There is no easy way to tell you this. The smaller speakers usually plug into the large speaker. The large speaker is the sub and has a power source for the other speakers.
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Hi, there is no way to fix that, if the problem is from the control on the speakers, that is a problem inside the conector that fix the volume, have to open carefully, and clean all contactc, that should fix that, but do it carefully.
Lanailic, I am wondering if you are talking about the metal grill that covers the speakers. If so you might try to pull the dent outward with a strong magnet but make sure that the maget is covered with something that won't scratch the paint of the grill. The grill might be made of aluminum and if so the magnet method won't help you. For aluminum you might try making a hook out of a thick paper clip and pulling the middle of the dent out carefully. If you try to take it all apart I would guess some parts are glued or stapled and you will just get further in trouble trying to take it apart. Its worth a carefull look but do it like a surgeon and remember where all the little screws and staples and tape goes when you put it back together. Perhaps you could send a photo..?