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(4)   Subsequent   changes   to   allowances will   be   listed   as   follows:   No   change   in   the range   of   items   is   authorized.   If   additional items   are   considered   necessary,   recommenda- tion  should  be  forwarded  to  U.S.  Army  Mo- bility   Equipment   Command   for   exception   or revision  to  the  allowance  list.  Revisions  to  the range  of  items  authorized  will  be  made  by  this Command   based   upon   engineering   experience, demand   data,   or   TAERS   information. h.   Thirty-Day   DS/GS   Maintenance   Allow- ances. (1)   The   allow-ante   columns   are   divided into   three   subcolumns.   Indicated   in   each   sub- column,   opposite   the   first   appearance   of   each item,   is   the   total   quantity   of   items   authorized for   the   number   of   equipments   supported. Subsequent   appearances   of   the   same   item   will have   no   entry   in   the   allowance   column,   but will  have  in  the  description  column  a  reference to   the   first   appearance   of   the   item.   Items authorized   for   use   as   required   but   not   for initial   stockage   are   identified   with   an   asterisk in  the  allowance  column. (2)   The   quantitative   allowances   for   DS/ GS  levels  of  maintenance  will  represent  initial stockage  for  a  30-day  period  for  the  number of  equipments  supported. (3)  Determination  of  the  tots}  quantity of   parts   required   for   maintenance   of   more than  100  of  these  equipments  can  be  accom- plished  by  converting  the  equipment  quantity to  a  decimal  factor  by  placing  a  decimal  point before  the  next  to  last  digit  of  the  number  to indicate   hundredths,   and   multiply   the   decimal factor   by   the   parts   quantity   authorized   in   the 51-100   allowance   column. Example:   Authorized   allowance   for   51-100 equipments  is  40;  for  150  equipments  multi- ply  40  by  1.50  or  60  parts  required. i.   One-Year      Allowances   Per   100   Equip- ments/Cotingency  Planneng  Purposeses.   Indi- cates   opposite   the   first   appearance   of   each item   the   total   quantity   required   for   distribu- tion   and   contingency   planning   purposes.   The range   of   items   indicates   total   quantities   of   all authorized  items  required  to  provide  for  ade- quate  support  of  100  equipments  for  one  year. TM  5-4120-259-25P j.  Depot  Maintenance  Allowance  Per  100 Equipments.   Indicates   opposite   the   first   ap- pearances   of   each   item   the   total   quantity authorized   for   depot   maintenance   of   100 equipments.   Subsequent   appearances   of   the same   item   will   have   no   entry   in   this   column, but   will   have   in   the   description   column   a reference  to  the  first  appearance  of  the  item. Items  authorized  for  use  but  not  for  initial stockage   are   identified   with   an   asterisk   in   the allowance  column. k.    Illustration. (1)  Figure   Number.   Indicates   the   figure number   of   the   illustration   in   which   the   item is shown. (2)  Item   Number.   Indicates   the   callout number   used   to   reference   the   item   in   the illustration. 4.   Special   Information a.  Identifications  of  the  usable  on  codes  of this  publication  are: Code Used On NOT APPLICABLE b.  Repair  parts  mortality  has  been  based  on 7,200  hours  of  operation  per  year. c.   Parts   which   require   manufacture   or   as- sembly   at   a   category   higher   than   that   author- ized  for  installation  will  indicate  in  the  source column  the  higher  category. d.  The   following   publication   pertains   to Air   Conditioner   and   its   components: TM  5-4120- Operator,   Organiza- 259-15 tional,   Direct   and General   Support   and Depot   Maintenance Manual 5. How to Locate Repair Parts a.   When   Federal   Stock   Number   or   refer- ence  number  is  unknown: (1)  First.  Using   the   table   of   contents, determine   the   functional   group   or   subgroup within  which  the  repair  part  belongs.  This  will refer  to  a  page  in  the  parts  listing. (2)  Second.   The   illustration   column   of the  page  refers  to  a  figure  number. v

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