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LCD display has wrong date

How do I change the date and time on the LCD display? It now reads 15/1 22/48 Mn1. The time is working. What is Mn!?

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  9. Press softkey "CHANGE"
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  14. Press "NEXT" - display should read "Month:___"
  15. Press softkey "CHANGE"
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  17. Press "NEXT" - display should read "Day:___"
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