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My pictures look like I took a picture of a TV

I have a Fuji FinePix E900 with the same exact problem stated in the solution. I take the picture, and the preview looks perfect, but when I review it it looks like I just took a picture of a TV or a computer. The picture looks fine but is interrupted with white lines going through the picture. I called Fuji Film and they said it was a problem with the sensor and to send it to their repair center in New Jersey. It was stated above that it may be the capacitor, is there anything I can do to fix the problem myself without sending it to Fuji Film?

Thank you for any information you can provide!!

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    How do I clean the shutter? is this a task I can do myself?

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Lines on your pictures are due to the shutter not closing completely. The video should work fine indicating there is no problem with the sensor. Shutter needs cleaning, inspecting for obstruction

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