@killdozzer\nI'm in the camp of "leave well enough alone". You will be completely miserable if you end up doing more harm than good on a repair attempt.\n\nBut, if it comes to it, at least A4L has singles available. Dunno about shipping though.\nhttps:\/\/www.accessories4less.com\/make-a-store\/item\/kefls50blkea\/kef-ls50-5.25-2-way-mini-monitor-high-gloss-black-each-1\/1.html\n\n:) \nDoubt they'll ship to Croatia. Shipping alone could amount to another speaker. At this point in time leaving it alone doesn't seem at all plausible. FWIW I'm going very slowly about it, so if I reach that zen point of "meeh", I'll leave it. It just looks so "fixable". I think there's no way of doing more damage, at least the way I laid my steps in front of me.\n\nI'll think about it, though!\n\nmaybe a good vacuum could pull it out? but would need to be super careful ive used the vacuum trick on a few speakers i bought where the cone was in,and supprisingly worked pretty good.\n\nThank you @xreaperx22 I think vacuum is a big no on this type of material. Don't know whether you've had any experience with these aluminium cones, they leave a feeling similar to thick foil used, for example, on top of some wines (more expensive ones). It is like a thicker aluminium foil. I guess magnesium is there for stiffness. Otherwise it would change shape just from being played (pushed in and out by the magnet).\n\nVacuum could easily make a hole if it ever got attached flat on the cone by suction. It would just rip through or make a huge bump on the cone. I could see myself trying this technique only with a straw and by the power of my lungs, nothing stronger.\n\nI will try to set things right by slight tapping, first on the inside of the exact point where my finger first hit the cone. I expect everything to slowly come back after a series of tapping. If not, I'll tap separately where the indentation occurred and then where the bent appeared as the result of the stroke.\n\nTapping will be much lighter than the stroke that left the indentation. It has to go slowly and gradually, even if it takes a long time. Every now and then I'll be checking the progress. Nothing sudden, no high expectations.