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  1. E-Tec engine problem

    Hi everyone first time poster, and even newer first time fisherman. I seem to have put myself in a bit of bother already, and would be grateful for some advice from the sages on here please. On my Wilson Flyer I have just acquired. I have a 2 stroke Evinrude E-Tec 75 HP. On filling up the oil cylinder I somehow managed to stupidly drop the small plastic bottle top ( 25ml wide, 10ml deep) inside the oil sump. Having tried to retrieve it for a couple of hours, NO JOY! My query on here is, will it damage anything mechanical on the motor, and somehow have to be taken out, or will it be okay lying in the oil sump. The sump is one of them awkward dual level ones, and the way its fixed to the rest of the motor seems well beyond my doing. Any advice please. Cheers!
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