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Maintenance  functions
TM  5-4120-375-14 B-1.   General. a. b. c. d. APPENDIX  B MAINTENANCE  ALLOCATION  CHART  (MAC) SECTION 1. INTRODUCTION This  Section  provides   a   general   explanation   of   all   maintenance and   repair   functions   authorized   at   various   maintenance   categories. The  Maintenance  Allocation  Chart  (MAC)  in  section   II designates overall  responsibility  for  the  performance  of  maintenance  function on  the  identified  end  item  or  component will   be   consistent   with   the capacities   and   capabilities   of   the   designated   maintenance categories. Section   III   lists   the   tools   and   equipment   required   for   each maintenance  function  as  referenced  from  Section   II. 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   serviceability   of   an   item   by   comparing   its physical,   mechanical,   or   electrical   characteristics   with established   standards   through,   examination. b. Test.  To   verify  servicability  by  measuring  the  mechanical  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 (decontaminate),   to   preserve,   to   drain,   to   paint,   or   to replenish   fuel,   lubricants,   chemical   fluids   or   gases, d. Adjust. To   maintain   within   prescribed   limits,   by   grinding   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. B-1

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