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Probably not a good idea to leave it in there. I have gotten things out of combustion chambers with a very small computer keyboard vacuum. The vacuum has a stiff 6 inch tube as its pickup. I usually attach a small hose (like fuel hose) to the pickup and carefully fish it into the spark plug hole. Make sure the reservoir of the vacuum cleaner is completely clean so you can check it periodically to see if you got the piece out. If you don't have a keyboard vacuum, you might be able to attach a small hose to a regular canister style vacuum. (again, make sure you use a new bag, so you can check it to see if you retrieved the small part).
Posted on Dec 07, 2014
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