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Lines across picture and extremely bright

Anytime I take a picture there are lines across the picture, as well as being extremely bright. Just started a few weeks ago. I've had the camera not quite a year.

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It looks like the CCD has problem. but you can try to reconnect the CCD cable first. if it doesn't help, you need to replace the CCD or lens unit.

Posted on Aug 14, 2009

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