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Same problem with D70.  The secret with the isopropyl is a gentle wipe.  Don't try to rub it dry as I did the first time.  Allow each cleaning session to become well and truly dry so that the 'plastic/rubber' becomes firm again.  As with Ken above, patience is required .  4 or 5 'sessions' and it's fine now.

Martin G

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