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Images are so bright when taken outdoors

The images taken from my HP Photosmart M627 appears to be so bright especially when taken outdoors and that sometimes you cant see any images already. When you zoom in the images taken you can see horizontal lines. All settings were checked & set to default.

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CCD Failure !!

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