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Hi, I have a Philip Persio Gents Gold coloured watch PP22L. I need to change the battery , how do I get the back off. I usually use a very thin bladed knife between the back and the main body.

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On mine the back turns off using the notches in it. I persuaded it with a small screwdriver. Just be careful it doesn't slip and hurt you.

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LUN is short for "Lunes", spanisth for Monday. You will probably have MAR for Tuesday, MIE for Wednesday, JUE for Thursday, etc...

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