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After switching on, horizontal pink bars come on the screen. if a shoot an object, same pink color horizontal bars is seen on the image. why is this happening ?

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Hello,
you need to carry your camera to the Canon Care Centre and you will get it done free of cost, its a CCD problem.
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Your camera is defective. You might want to have it serviced but it might be in upwards of 175$.
Thanks,
lee

Posted on Jun 18, 2008

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    On the other hand it also might be free. As i believe this might be a common problem with these defective CCD chips in them.
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    Lee


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