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It will affect the sound if it isn't fixed. 

I repaired a small tear in a Chorus woofer by covering the tear with tissue paper on each side and using rubber cement to paint over it.  It didn't look pretty but it did the job. 

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post a pic of the tear but should be able to patch it a couple different ways, cig rolling paper & white glue works good but can also use a silicone type caulk or RTV auto gasket maker, ive used permatex ultra black a few times on speaker surrounds or cones from the back side & it works great since its very flexible.  depends on how bad the tear/hole is as to the best way to patch it.  & if its too bad or ugly, you can always just buy a new dust cap. 

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