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Banding on pictures

I have a Sony DSC-T9 which has suddenly started producing images which seem to have been cut horizontally and then stuck back together slightly out of line. There are 3 sections (2 joins) in the pictures. I have just bought a new memory stick duo and I hope this might be faulty (a lot cheaper than a new camera!)

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Hello, the new memory stick will not solve the problem. If you need more info please advice.

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