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Canon SD630 Image Problem

Hi - my son dropped his 6 mo. old SD630. images are now very overexposed or have vertical stripes throughout. He has reseated the card, removed and replaced the batteries; and checked the settings to make sure exposure wasn't changed. Any suggestions on how to proceed? Otherwise, camera has been fantastic! Thanks in advance. M

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Canon customer support - keep quiet about the dropping thereof. You may get a replacement under warranty

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