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Taken pictures appear with horizontal lines

I have my canon powershot A410 for one year and a half. But after I taked some pictures, the pictures appeared blurred or it is full of horizontal lines on the pic. I tried it with a flash and without but its all the same, I tought it first maybe it must be the lens, but when I sync with my PC, It's all the same pictures full of horizontal lines. What should I do? Is the problem from the lens or the image processor?... e-mail me and I will send you the sample images of the camera.. thank you very much for the assistance and consideration... I bought the camera july 2006 (16mths). Just a few days ago I notice horizontal lines in all my still images. Video recording is ok and playback is ok. For still image the image appear brighter and sometime white (overexpose?) with constant interval horizontal lines. Magnified it you can the lines is multicolored. Have change battery, sd card but no effect. Talk to canon technician, he say it is the optical problem (he also say this camera do not have CCD). Suggest I sent it to him for repair and checking.

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I have the same problem, this is my second cannon sent to me from them!

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