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Horizontal lines in pictures

My camera works fine but the pictures have horizontal lines and when I download them the lines are still there. My camera has just started putting horizontal lines on any pictures I take which are still there when I download them. Not sure if it's worth the cost of getting it repaired - any idea how much it would cost?

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  • Anonymous Apr 09, 2009

    same thing with me, except i have the IXUS 65 :( did yours get fixed??

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This a CCD failure !! but u are LUCKY enuff

u can get it repaired free of charge it is a manufac fault many face it
see ur self
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see the link dont worry if ur model is not incl in the letter they will do it free of charge just give them a call and pls rate me FIXYA for help

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