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Cant open mp3 files

My player works fine,but i dont know how to open the sub files when playing cd s that have multiple(sub files). i know how to open then on pioneer units ,but im lost on the legacy need help or instructions

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Re: cant open mp3 files

Hi, When folder icon displayed on the screen it means it has subfolders,press enter and you can go in to the sub folder please see the attached image all the best sreejith

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