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Take it to a repair shop. Nine times out of ten you make it worse when trying to fix these kind of things at home.
Instead of rubbing alcohol, I would go with a higher-purity form of isopropyl alcohol. There aren't any strong standards on what "rubbing alcohol" contains. If it contains ethyl alcohol, it has to be denatured in order to avoid being classed as an alcoholic drink; its makers do not want all the regulatory problems that go with that sort of classification. ...
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