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I have a Philip Persio watch which has Day/Date display. In the Day display window it shows "LUN"...what is that??

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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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