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Casio EX S600 outdoors pics: WHITE!

Hi, my S600 camera started taking outdoor pics completly white! Indoors they come out nice sometimes, but even though on a closer look on my PC there are lines across them!
I really love the camera, but if the repair is too expensive I don't believe it's worth it...
Have any of you had this for repair?
How much did it cost? And where did you went??
All help most welcome
Thanks,
Pat

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Your ccd imager is going bad.

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