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Possible sensor problem?

I got my casio july 2006, and have only dropped it once and it landed on carpet, and continued to take pictures okay. About a week after it seemed as though it was over exposing pictures. It takes pictures perfectly fine when its dark out, but when there is a light on in the room or its outside during the day, the pictures are very light and have lines through them, and parts of the pictures appear blurry. Is it worth trying to get it fixed? Or just get a new camera?

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Re: possible sensor problem?

Call the repairs center at 800-706-2534 and then keep choosing option 1. They can give you good idea of what it would cost to fix your camera. That is Casio's repair center number.

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