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Why are there lines on my picture?

I have a GE A730, it works ok and it opens and everything but the only problem is that when i take a picture there are lines on the picture. how can i remove these lines?

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It has a shutter problem. The damage could be some dust particles between the shutter blades or the flex connector broken. Cleaning or otherwise replacement of lens unit will be the solution. It will be the camera technician's job.

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