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I assume that your spacer board is of uniform thickness, so not throwing the angle off. The first thing I'd do is check the angle between the spacer board and the bottom of the fingers (set at maximum projection). It's possible that the support brackets on either end of the jig (that the finger assembly is clamped to) are not perfectly square, or might not be tightened firmly against the frame. Also, make sure that the spacer board is not pushed too far up, to prevent good seating of the finger assembly when clamped in position.

I have an older incarnation of the D4, and don't have the dust collection accessory, but is it possible that the dust collection support beam is raised a tad, relative to the top of the fingers? That would tilt the router base slightly, preventing a good perpendicular cut.
 
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