Sony DSC F717: White is Red, and horrible overexposure

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Is anyone else having this problem? Last week my camera was working just fine. But this morning when turning it on, there were these wicked lines running horizontal throught it. I turned it off and on again, with the same result. I switched to NightFraming and NightShot and back to normal. That seemed to correct the problem with the lines, but then when I took a picture of the kids, they turned out pink, and my husband's white shirt was red. The outdoor pic of the house across the street was almost completely washed out and almost looked "negative".

I talked to someone at Sony and they said it would be $211 to repair, and that the only RECALL thing that would be outside of warranty is the CCD issue (which is not what I'm experiencing because I've run those tests). The camera is about two years old and out of warranty now. Is anyone else having this issue? These are the pictures that are coming out now.

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