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Corrugated lines on display and picture

When I take a picture the display shows horizontal lines like corrugated card. This is transmitted to the memory card and appears on the uploaded photo when .

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Here this happened to my camera to and i have the same camera as u. go on s mode on the dial on the top of the camera then fiddle with it on that mode like chang the shutter speed and stuff it works trust me i fixed mine the lines become more fine and eventually will disapper just take a photo a couple of times and later the rest of the modes wont have lines there white right



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