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Mode/Time Settings? How do you change the mode/time setting on the JVC GR-SXM260U to utliize 90 minutes verses 30 minutes per tape?

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While in the record mode, try pressing the menu button (volume) to get to the SYSTEM MENU. Then in the "To System Menu or Next" columns roll down until you find the record mode and press the button to change the mode.

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Changing SP to EP


Select "REC MODE" from the system menu.

Refer to the "MENU SETTINGS" and "SYSTEM MENU" sections of the manual (pages 18 and 20 in my copy) for full details. If you need a manual, you can download one at
http://books.jvc.com/Download/116492749/LYT1214-001C.pdf

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I have the JVC digital minidv camcorder, Model No. GR-D270U an it keeps telling me it's in safety mode and I can't even get the tape out beause the door opens but it's like the mechaism to pop...


After trying the remove-and-reattach-battery exercise, I would suggest you go to the menu and find the setting for initial setup. Select that - which may reset the system.
If not.. then try going to the clock and change the date/time settings, turn the camera off, remove-and-reattach the battery. Re-power the camera, go back and change date/time setting to what's current. And try to eject the tape.

On one of our analog video cameras it seems like there was a tiny little hole someplace on the side of the camera that you could use a tiny small thing like a toothpick to press in there to accomplish a Reset. (It will have tiny raised letters saying "Reset" right beside the little reset hole.)

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Please send me a manual of this item JVC gr-sxm260u


You can download the manual from the manufacturer's web site at
http://books.jvc.com/booklist.asp?Model=GR-SXM260US

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Need a user manual for the JVC digital camcorder model number : GR-SXM260U ; serial number 159k2192


GR-SXM260UC:
http://resources.jvc.com/Resources/00/00/95/YF016ien.pdf

GR-SXM260US:
http://books.jvc.com/Download/358947889/LYT1214-001C.pdf

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E06 problem jvc gr-sxm260u


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this an indication of error detected by the sensor reader meaning that range has fail below 06degree the camcorder will need a resetting programing before you can do this you will have to put off the system for some time remove the battery if any then put it on again and then reset it the problem is solve .
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Is there a better (brand) tape to use with a Elura 90? I read somewhere that certain tapes had more problems than others. Thanks, Joe


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