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Explanation  of  Columns  in  Section
TM  5-4120-259-15 APPENDIX  II MAINTENANCE  ALLOCATION  CHART Section I. INTRODUCTION 1. General a. Section  I  provides  a  general  explanation of  all  maintenance  and  repair  funotions  author- ized  at  various  maintenance  levels. b. Section   II   designates   overall   responsi- bility  for  the  performance  of  maintenance  op- erations  on  the  identified  end  item  or  com- ponent.   The i m p l e m e n t a t i o n    o f    t he maintenance tasks upon the end item or com- ponent  will  be  consistent  with  the  assigned maintenance operations. c. Section III lists the special tools and test equipment required for each maintenance op- eration as referenced from Section II. d.  Section   IV   contains   supplemental   in- structions,  explanatory  notes  and/or  illustra- tions   required   for   a   particular   maintenance function. 2.  Explanation  of  Columns  in  Section  II. a.   Functional   Group   Number.   The   func- tional  group  is  a  numerical  group  set  up  on a  functional  basis.  The  applicable  functional grouping  indexes  (obtained  from  TB  750-93- 1  Functional  Grouping  Codes)  are  listed  on the   Maintenance   Assignment   in   the   appro- priate numerical sequence. These indexes are normally set up in accordance with their func- tion and proximity to each other. b. Component Assembly Nomenclature. This column contains a brief description of the components  of  each  functional  group. c.   Maintenance   Operations   and   Mainte- nance  Levels.  This  column  lists  the  various maintenance   operations   (“A”   through and  indicates  the  lowest  maintenance authorized  to  perform  these  operations. level The symbol  designations  for  the  various  mainte- nance levels are as follows: O/C-0perator or crew O -Organization maintenance F -Direct support maintenance H -General  support  maintenance D -Depot  maintenance The  Maintenance  Operations  are follows: defined  as A-SERVICE:   Operations   required   period- ically  to  keep  the  itern  in  proper  oper- ating condition, i.e., to clean, preserve, drain,  paint,  and  replenish  fuel,  lubri- cants,  hydraulic,  and  deicing  fluids,  or compressed  air  supplies. B-ADJUST:   Regulate   periodically   to   pre- vent  mzdf  unction.  Adjustments  will  be made   commensurate   with   adjustment procedures  and  associated  equipment specifications. C-ALINE:   Adjust   two   or   more   compo- nents   of   an   electrical   or   mechanical system so that their functions are prop- erly synchronized or adjusted. D-CALIBRATE:   Determine, check,   or rectify   the   graduation   of   an   instru- ment,  weapon,  or  weapons  system  or components of a weapons system. E-INSPECT:   Verify   serviceability   and   de- tect   incipient   electrical   or   mechanical failure  by  close  visual  examination. F-TEST:   Verify   serviceability   and   detect incipient   electrical   or   mechanical   fail- ure   by   measuring   the   mechanical   or electrical characteristics of the item and comparing   those   characteristics   with authorized   standards.   Tests   will   be 61

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