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Have you tried removing the actual lens(?) to see if there's something inside the camera house that's not supposed to be there. I'd find it highly unlikely that the, thou who knows. The best thing to do, would be to drop it off at your local camera repair-store.
hi! I have a Fuji s5000 model, i'v had it for a number of years, and i had the same problem for a while, until i got it fixed and the problem was - the censor under the on and off switch was slightly worn down, so when you shifted the on switch, the censor would also twist, which eventually snaps it and you'll need a new one!
That looks very much like the slector switch has slipped inside and is out of position.
That can be fixed if the actual and very tiny switchover pins are not broken.
I have repaired one switch actually with parts from a S3000.
Works ok but extremely fiddely.
Otherwise it is a replacement of the small switchover board, which sits on top of the battery compartment.
Problem being: Fuji will not sell parts to us.
If you take the picture and move it to a computer do the lines show up on the picture when it's on the computer screen? If yes you probably need a new CCD. A CCD take what the lens see and turns it into a digital image.
If the picture comes out fine it may be a loose cable or bad LCD screen.
Either way http://www.precisioncamera.com can fix it for you, they are a bit expensive but do a great job.
CCD sensor faulty ( sits behind the lens inside and this device converts light into image ) . If the camera has not been abused the repair ought to be done free of charge because properly manufactured CCD or CMOS unit should last 15 years !
CCD sensor is faulty and should be replaced by Fuji agent free of charge because properly manufactured CCD sensor should last 15 years at least. Otherwise pay for labor to have new CCD block put in ( 1 hour ) and insist on the agent covering the cost of the part.