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Showing pictures with litte stripes is a normal condition. "Much whitter than usual" needs to change the settings. Did you control the posing tool?
-2 -1 0 +1 +2
May be posing is above 0.
Also what is ISO number. Change it to Auto or below 400.
After these controls give me some more information.
The gray strips usually mean the camera has dirt video heads - if it hasn't been dropped. Get a head-cleaning tape from Radio Shack or Best Buy, and run it a few times. If that doesn't do it, it'll have to be cleaned by a repair shop. Off brand tapes sometimes can cause this.
If you take the picture and move it to a computer do the lines show up on the picture when it's on the computer screen? If yes you probably need a new CCD. A CCD take what the lens see and turns it into a digital image.
If the picture comes out fine it may be a loose cable or bad LCD screen.
Either way http://www.precisioncamera.com can fix it for you, they are a bit expensive but do a great job.
The LCD screen's connection to the circuit board is not seated properly, or the LCD screen itself is defective. You are correct in that when you touch the screen you are affecting a bad connection. You should take the item back to the place that repaired it, or find another service center if they will not fix the problem for free. This is either a problem with their workmanship or with the LCD they installed.