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Sounds like the CCD or a stuck shutter blade. Try this place: www.CamerasAndParts.com They only service Canons and they are the only place we recommend for the Canons. It's all they work on and they are about half the price of most shops, plus the work is just excellent through them.
ders no point in getting the camera fixed, it happened to me a while ago n wat i paid to get the camera fixed would of got me a new camera,the camera was never the same again after getting it fixed,not sure about photos but if u bring dem to photo printing shop and explain to dem im sure theyl figure out a way to save ur photos! hope this helps:)
See your photo on computer. you may not get lines. On primary instance it seems that due that **** your LCD screen has been stop working properly, I such case your photo will not be affected at all. Changing the LCD screen will solve your problem..
If your photo has line.. then sorry you have to get it serviced and this will cost you a lot....
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