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TM   10-4930-251-12&P 3. EXPLANATION    OF    COLUMNS    IN    THE    REPAIR    PARTS    LIST    AND    SPECIAL    TOOLS    LIST    (Continued). e. Recoverabili~    Code.  Recovernhility   codes  are  assigned  to  items  to  indicate  the   dispnsitio~l action  on unserviceable  items.  The   rccovel-ahility  code     is  shown  in  the  tifth    position  of  the  SMR  code   as   follows: Recoverabilitv Code ApplicationlExplanation Z Nonreparable    item.  When  unserviceable,  condemn  and  dispose ofthe  item at the  level    ofmaintenancc    shown in the third position of  the  SMR  code. 0 Reparable  item.  When  uneconomically  reparable.  condemn  and dispose of the item at the unit  Icvel. F Reparable  item  When  uneconomically    rcparahle,    condemn   and dispose of the item at the  direct  support level. H Reparable   item.   When   uneconomically   reparable,   condemn   and dispose  of  the  item  at  the  general  support  level. L Reparable    item.    Condemnation    and    disposal    not    authorized below   Specialized   Repair   Activity    (SRA). A Item    requires    special    handling    or    condemnation    procedures because of specific reasons (such as precious metal content, high dollar   value,   critical   material,   or   hazardous   material).   Refer   to appropriate  manuals/directives    for   specific   instructions. J NSN[Column (3)J   The  NSN  for  the  item  is  listed  in  this  column. g. CAGE      [Column    (4)].    The   Commercial   and   Government   Entity   Code   (CAGEC)   is   a   five-digit    code which  is  used     to  identify  the   manufactureer, distributor,  or  Government  agency/activity  that  supplies   the item. h. ParfNumber[Colurnn (.5)].   Indicates the primary number used by the  manufactwer   (individual, company, firm,  corporation,  or   Government    activity),  which  controls  the  design  and  characteristics  of   the   item  by means  of  its  engineering  drawings,   specitications,   standards,  and   inspection   requirements  to  identify  an item  or range of  items. NOTE When  you  use  an   NSN   to  requisition  an  item,  the  item  you  receive  may  have   a different   P/N   from   the   number   listed. i . Descriptionand Usableon   Code  (UOC)[Co~umn (6)J   This  column  includes  the  following  information: (1) The  federal  item  name,  and  when  required,  a  minimum  description  to  identify  the  item. (2) P/Ns   of  hulk  materials  are  referenced  in  this  column  in  the  line  entry  to  he  manufactured  or fabricated. (3) Hardness  Critical  Item  (HCI).  A  support  item  that  provides  the  equipment  with  special protection   from   electromagnetic   pulse   (EMP)   damage   during   a   nuclear   attack. (4) The  statement  END  OF  FIGURE  appears  just  below  the  last  item  description  in  column  (6) for  a  given  figure  in  both  the  repair  parts  list  and  special  tools  list. j. QTY[CoZumn     (7)J  The  QTY  (quantity  per  figure)  column  indicates  the  quantity  of  the  item  used  in  the hrenkout   shown  on  the  illustration/figure,  which  is  prepared  for   a functional group,  subfunctional   group, or  an  assembly.  A   “V”   appearing  in  this  column  instead  of  a  quantity  indicates  that  the  quantity  is variable  and  quantity  may  change  from  application  to  application. F-4


 


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