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Digital pictures (Panasonic DMC-LZ5) have red and blue lines in them. these lines have just began appearing and give the appearance of the colors "running" down the frame.

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Not going to repair camera. cost to trouble shoot and repair will exceed the cost of a new camera. thanks for your assistance.

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