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Screen just flashes/rolling lines in every mode

This started shortly after beginning a video shoot. The screen just flashes or it becomes a series of rolling lines. If you take a picture anyway - you get a photo of the flashing/rolling light. Battery change didn't help. I tried gently tapping on various parts of the camera (as described in another topic on this board) most especially the battery compartment. Neither of these have helped or changed the condition. Much Thanks, moonmaiden

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Tell Canon Tech Support about this. This is very similar to an other problem where a bad batch of CCD's is the problem. The camera is replaced free of charge.

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