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I have a panasonic dmc t23 where the colour of my pictures has changed, why are my pictures blue? How can I remedy this?

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Try to remove off the battery for about 30 minutes then insert the battery and check. If the fault is still evident then the fault canbe related to the imager- CCD.
You will need help of the Panasonic service centre becasue most of the spares will not be obtained even if confirmed by our test.

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