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Section II. BASIC ISSUE ITEMS LIST
TM   5-4120-259-15 APPENDIX  III BASIC  ISSUE  ITEMS  LIST  AND  MAINTENANCE  AND OPERATING   SUPPLIES Section  I.  INTRODUCTION 1.  General Section  II  lists  the  accessories,  tools,  and publications required for maintenance and op- eration  by  the  operator,  initially  issued  with, or  authorized  for  the  air  conditioner. 2. Explanation of Columns in Section II a. Source Codes.  The  information  provided in each (1) (2) column is as follows: Materiel.   This  column  is  left  blank. For   identification   of   agencies   as- signed    supply responsibility   for parts,   refer   to   appropriate   Federal and   Department   of   Army   Supply Catalogs. Source.   The   selection   status   and source of supply far each part are in- dicated  by  one  of  the  following  code symbols: (a) (b) (c) (d) P-applied   to   high-mortality   re- pair  parts  which  are  stocked  in  or supplied   from   the   army   supply system,  and  authorized  for  use  at indicated  maintenance  categories. P1-applied   to   repair   parts   which are  low-mortality  parts,  stocked  in or  supplied  from  the  army  supply system and authorized for installat- ion  at  indicated  maintenance  cate- gories. M-applied   to   repair   parts   which are not procured or stocked but are to   be   manufactured   at   indicated maintenance  categories. X2-applied   to   repair   parts   which are   not   stocked.   The   indicated maintenance   category requiring (3) (4) such   repair   parts   will   attempt   to obtain   them   through   cannibaliza- tion;   if   not   obtainable   through cannibalization,   such   repair   parts will   be   requisitioned   with sup- porting   justification   through   nor- mal supply channels. Maintenance. The   lowest   mainte- nance level authorized to use, stock, install,  or  manufacture  the  part  is  in- dicated   by   the following code symbol: O-Organizational    Maintenance. Recoverability.    Repair   parts   and/or tool   and   equipment   items   that   are recoverable  are  indicated  by  one  of the following code symbols: (a) (b) (c) R-applied   to   repair   parts   and assemblies which are economically repairable   at   direct   and   general support maintenance activities and normally   are   furnished   by   supply on an exchange basis. T-applied    to    high-dollar    value recoverable  repair  parts  which  are subject to special handling and are issued  on  an  exchange  basis.  Such repair  parts  normally  are  repaired or   overhauled   at   depot   mainte- nance facilities. U-applied   to   repair   parts   specifi- cally   selected   for   salvage   by   rec- lamation units because of precious metal    content,    critical    materials, highdollar  value  mmsable  casings, castings,  and  the  like. 65

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