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Horizontal lines have recently started appearing in all photos

Hello there,
I have suddenly started seeing horizontal lines in all my photos. I tried using a new memory card but the problem persists and so must be a fault with the camera itself. These lines can be seen on the camera screen and are even worse when photos are enlarged on a PC. Also, all my photos now have a red/ornage tinge regardless of light conditions and whether the flash is on/soft/off etc Help!
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Camera worked fine for several months. Now the pictures are blurry. Any advice? Thanks.

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I just took mine to casio and they repaired it for free even though warranty was up. I would contact them. 

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