Beginning today all of my pictures are faded gray & have horizonal lines across them. This is both on the camera screen and when transfered to my computer. I've changed batteries, re-formatted the compact flash card, tried resetting to default setting. Does this mean my camera has died? Could the card be bad? Any help will be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance for any help.
Canon has a recall for this. I just sent mine in. They fixed it for free (including shipping) and I had it back in a week! It was great. Here's info on the recall. http://www.usa.canon.com/consumer/controller?act=PgComSmModDisplayAct&fcategoryid=225&modelid=13390&keycode=2112&id=29819
The ccd image processor is most likely bad, or the horizontal sync lost it. eather way i would change the main board out inside..its probably layered ..u can look for a horizontal adjustment
or any on the board...tweek it one way the other way and back closer to where u found it.
then find a tech if that dont work or sell on ebay i bay broken cameras but i wont buy yours.
I like fujifilm and the old minoltas and pentax.
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HOW TO FIX LED TV VERTICAL LINES ON SCREEN 55" MODEL LG ... TV Repair Help for Vertical & Horizontal Lines on Your TV Screen ..
it probably has leaky capacitors in the hyper board or the video process board, this repair requires a qualified tv repairman, you can't do it yourself, alot of actual repairman can't handle this repair. it will get progressively worse as time goes on the more leaky the capacitors become.
Got same problem. Beginning to suspect the traveling lamp or associated electronics. Looking out for parts suppliers for elimination trials. Strange, once in a far while it works. Updated drivers again this very day.Suggest you try a good power adapter, and if you are technical, search for loose connections. Will keep you posted if I solve mine, being an electrical engineer, NOT electronics.
You have bad capacitors in the vertical sweep circuit. If you have no electronic repair experience, you will have to take the set into a repair shop as these parts are soldered into a printed circuit board and need to be tested with an ESR cpacitor meter. Good luck
TRY ADJUSTING THE SCREEN CONTROL ADJUSTMENT AT THE BOTTOM OF THE FLYBACK TRANSFORMER.THIS SHOULD REMOVE THE RETRACE LINES AND ANJUST THE HASY LOOK TO THE PICTURE IF NOT YOU HAVE A BAD CAP IN THE SCREEN CIRCUIT .LOOK FOR A 10MFD/250V CAP IF FEEDS THE NECK BOARD ATTACHED TO THE PICTURE TUBE 200V DC.