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Oring fell into oil passage

So I pulled the turbo to replace the orings on the pedestal and the small one on the block side fell into the larger port in the block, im guessing oil passage for the turbo. So did I screw myself here or does it just go back to the pan? Here's a pic I tried to snap down the hole to see if I could see it

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It should just go into the pan and will come out with an oil change.

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