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APPENDIX  II MAINTENANCE  ALLOCATION  CHART
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SECTION  III  (NOT  APPLICABLE)
Functional group number TM  5-4120-259-15 made  commensurate    with   test   proce- dures  and  with  calibrated  took  and/or test equipment referenced in the Main- tenance  Assignment. G-REPLACE:   Substitute   serviceable   com- ponents,  assemblies  and  subassemblies for   unserviceable   counterparts   or   re- move  and  install  the  same  item  when required  for  the  performance  of  other maintenance  operations. H-REPAIR:  Restore  to  a  serviceable  con- ditiion by replacing unserviceable parts or  by  any  other  action  required  using available   tools,   equipment   and   skills- to   include   welding,   grinding,   riveting, straightening,  adjusting  and  facing. I-OVERHAUL:  Restore  an  item  to  a  com- pletely   serviceable   condition   (as   pre- scribed   by serviceability standards developed  and  published  by  the  com- modity  commands)  by  employing  tech- niques  of  "Inspect  and  Repair  Only  as Necessary"   (IROAN).   Maximum   use of   diagnostic   and   test   equipment   is combined   with   minimum   disassembly during   overhaul.   “Overhaul”   may   be assigned  to  any  level  of  maintenance except    organizational,    provided the time,   tools,   equipment,   repair   parts authorization,  and  technical  skills  are available  at  that  level.  Normally,  over- haul as applied to end items, is limitedl to  depot  maintenance  level. J-REBUILD:  Restore  to  a  condition  com- parable   to   new   by   disassembling   to determine  the  condition  of  each  com- ponent   part   and   reassembling   using serviceable, rebuilt, or new assemblies subassemblies,  and  parts. d. Reference Note. This column, subdivided into   columns   “K”   and   “L”,   is   provided   for referencing REMARKS  (sec.  IV)  that  may  be  associated with  maintenance  operations  (sec.  II). 3.  Explanation  of  Columns  in  Section  III This paragraph is not applicable. 4. Explanation of Columns in Section IV a. Reference Code. This column consists of two letters separated by a dash, both of which are  references  to  Section  II.  The  first  letter references  column  L  and  the  second  letter references  a  maintenance  operation,  Column “A”   through   “J”. b.  Remarks.  This  column  lists  information pertinent to the Maintenance Operation being performed,  as  indicated  on  the  Maintenance Assignment Section II. SECTION II MAINTENANCE   ASSIGNMENT 40 4000 52 5200 62 For: Model MA3-F23A Component  assembly nomenclature ELECTRIC   MOTORS MOTOR    ASSEMBLY Motor,   Electric,   1-1/2   HP, Condenser Motor,   Electric,   1/3   HP, Evaporator AIR    CONDITIONING    COMPONENTS GAS    COMPRESSOR    ASSEMBLY Motor   Compressor   Assembly

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