* Not 100% sure if this is the right forum, but I can't find anywhere else that really has a repair type sub-section. Anyways... I ended up getting stuck in basically torrential downpour, with my camera along with my lens. My D300 is fine. No issues with that. The 70-200 had condensation from the downpour, but has since had it all removed over time spent with a fair bit of silica gel. However, now that it is fixed, I've put everything back together. I can shoot on manual, which is good at least. However, when I try to switch to my AF, it just gives a squeaking sound, and doesn't focus. I'm not sure if the rain damaged the motor, but its my guess. Anyone had something happen like this as well, and were able to get it working again? Or should I just assume I'm going to be without this lens for a few weeks while it goes off to Nikon repairs?