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White pattern in picture

When I take a picture with my Canon PowerShot SD110 Digital Elph, there appears a jagged white pattern, resembling a corporate stock history, or perhaps a mountain range, covering perhaps one-tenth of the surface. The position changes, the size changes, but it is always there.  Any ideas?

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