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Section II.  MAINTENANCE ALLOCATION CHART - TM-5-4210-213-12_161
unserviceable  counterparts  or  remove  and  install the same item when required for the performance of other maintenance operation. H-Repair: Restore to a serviceable condition 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 completely serviceable condition (as prescribed by serviceable standards developed    and    published    by    the    commodity commands)  by  employing  techniques  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,  overhaul  as  applied  to  end items, is limited to depot maintenance level. J-Rebuild: Restore to a condition comparable to new by disassembling to determine the condition of each component part and reassembling using serviceable, rebuilt, or new assemblies, subassemblies, and parts. d. Reference Note. Their column, subdivided   into   columns   K   and   L,   is   provided   for referencing    the    Special    Tool    and    Test    Equipment Requirements (sec.  III) and remarks (sec.  IV) that may be associated with maintenance operations ( sec.  II ) . C-3.  Explanation of Columns in Section III a. Reference  Code.      This   column   consists   of   a number and a letter separated by a dash.  The number reference  the  T  and  TE  requirements  column  on  the MAC.    The  letter  represents  the  specific  maintenance operation  the  item  is  to  be  used  with.    The  letter  is representative of columns A through J on the MAC. b. Maintenance   Level.      This   column   shows   the lowest   level   of   maintenance   authorized   to   use   the special tool or test equipment. c. Nomenclature.    This  column  lists  the  name  or identification of the tool or test equipment. d. Tool Number. This column lists the manufacturer's code and part number, or Federal Stock Number of tools and test equipment. C-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, columns A through J. b. Remarks. This column lists information pertinent to the maintenance operation being performed, as indicated on the MAC section II. Section II.  MAINTENANCE ALLOCATION CHART C-2

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