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Horizontal lines on cannon ixus 430

Have cannon ixus 430 bout 4yrs old been very well loked after,have noticed getting occasional horizontal lines on screen which show up on photos other times perfect pics.

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Email support on canonuk web site. Fill in the details required on form. This is a faultthat canon are aware about and will repair free of charge even out of warranty.

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Ketan Vadgama
k_vadgama2@hotmail.com

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