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Our son has given us a jvc Video Recorder lp 20878-008 without instructions. Our problem is we have tried to set a start stop program into the unit with success. It has both manual & G code available. As the programs do not run on time we would prefer to set the recorded manually. Because we do not know the correct procedure we have banked up some 6 start stop settings in the memory and cannot find a way to delete these settings. Could you please help or direct us to where we can obtain a set of instructions Thanks Ray

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SOURCE: DMR-ES15 Stops after 45 Min.

U88 means the unit has detected an error while recording or playing and has entered its recovery process to restore the unit to normal operation. You could try using a DVD-RAM disk or a different make of DVD-R but, as you say the unit is new, you should probably return it to the retailer for exchamge, repair or refund according to unit age and retailer's return policy.

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There's a setting to record in high speed mode and I suggest you always do that. If a recording in SP doesn't fit on a standard disc I think you will find it won't dub at high speed either

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