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Viewing screen failure

All photos taken come out washed out (appear overexposed) and have striping pattern accross the screen (Same as an injet printer with some failed or blocked noxxles. Does not change when flash is used or not. Does not change if used outside in bright light.

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It seems that the auto iris mechanism of your camera is not working. may be due to sticky blades or because of fault in the control circuit. you need a help of a repairer.

Posted on Oct 05, 2006

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Lines appear on your photo's because the shutter is either stuck or is not firing completely over the lens when you take a shot. You will either get overexposed pictures (white out) or these lines like it is taken through a blind.
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just check with casio if they have issued service advisory for the CCD failure problem as all others have issued they will do it free of charge

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