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Malfunction with screen

My screen has a lot of static when I'm on the picture setting dial and when I do take pictures they turn out really blurry...

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  • Becca123 Nov 02, 2007

    when i take pictures the odd one will come out blurry

  • YJoosshhiuea Nov 30, 2007

    Help! I got it to. On my new camera. Blue static lines, picture is blured.

    Whats going on?! New today. Used 1.5 hours. Idle for 7 hours.

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For becca 123.
Try taking pic again.
Usually it will just be something has moved.

Posted on Nov 30, 2007

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