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TM   10-6640-219-13&P A P P E N D I X    B B–1 . General. M A I N T E N A N C E    A L L O C A T I O N    C H A R T Section   L   INTRODUCTION a.   This   section   provides   a   general   explanation   of   all   maintenance   and   repair   functions   authorized   at various   maintenance   categories. b.   The   Maintenance   Allocation   Chart   (MAC)   in   Section   II   designates   overall   authority   and responsibility  for  the  performance  of  maintenance  functions  on  the  identified  end  item  or  component.  The application   of   the   maintenance   functions   to   the   end   item   or   component   will   be   consistent   with   the capacities  and  capabilities  of  the  designated  maintenance  categories. c.  Section  III  lists  the  tools  and  test  equipment  (both  special  tools  and  common  tool  sets)  required  for each   maintenance   function   as   referenced   from   Section   Il. d.   Section   IV   contains   supplemental   instructions   and   explanatory   notes   for   a   particular   maintenance function. B–2.   Maintenance   Functions.   Maintenance  functions  will  be  limited  to  and  defined  as  follows: a.   Inspect..   To   determine   the   serviceability   of   an   item   by   comparing   its   physical,   mechanical,   and/or electrical   characteristics   with   established   standards   through   examination   (e.g.,   by   sight,   sound,   or   feel). b.   Test.   To   verify   serviceability   by   measuring   the   mechanical,   pneumatic,   hydraulic,   or   electrical characteristics   of   an   item   and   comparing   those   characteristics   with   prescribed   standards. c.   Service.   Operations   required   periodically   to   keep   an   item   in   proper   operating   condition,   i.e.,   to clean   (includes   decontaminate,   when   required),   to   preserve,   to   drain,   to   paint,   or   to   replenish   fuel, lubricants,   chemical   fluids,   or   gases. l d.  Adjust.  To   maintain   or   regulate,   within   prescribed   limits,   by   bringing   into   proper   or   exact   position, or   by   setting   the   operating   characteristics   to   specified   parameters. e.   Align.   To   adjust   specified   variable   elements   of   an   item   to   bring   about   optimum   or   desired performance. f.   Calibrate.   TO determine   and   cause   corrections   to   be   made   or   to   be   adjusted   on   instruments   or test,   measuring,   and   diagnostic   equipments   used   in   precision   measurement.   Consists   of   comparisons   of two   instruments,   one   of   which   is   a   certified   standard   of   knob   accuracy,   to   detect   and   adjust   any discrepancy   in   the   accuracy   of   the   instrument   being   compared. g.  Rernove/Install   To   remove   and   install   the   same   item   when   required   to   perform   service   or   other maintenance  functions.  Install  may  be  the  act  of  emplacing,  seating,  or  fixing  into  position  a  spare,  repair part,  or  module  (component  or  assembly)  in  a  manner  to  allow  the  proper  functioning  of  an  equipment  or system. h.   Replace.   To   remove   an   unserviceable   item   and   install   a   serviceable   counterpart   in   its   place. “Replace”  is  authorized  by  the  MAC  and  is  shown  as  the  third  position  code  of  the  SMR  code. B-1

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