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Section II REPAIR PARTS
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TM-9-1375-213-12-1 Demolition Materials Demolition Kit Cratering: M180 NSN 1375-00-148-7159 and Training: M270 (Inert) NSN
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Section Il. DEMOLITION KIT, CRATERING: Ml80
TM 9-1375-213-12-1
APPENDIX C
MAINTENANCE ALLOCATION CHART
INTRODUCTION
Section I.
(2) Repack. To return item to packing box
C-1. General
after service or other maintenance operations.
a. The Maintenance Allocation Chart desig-
(3) Clean. To rid the item of contamination.
nates responsibility for the performance of main-
(4) Touch up. To spot paint scratched or blis-
tenance functions.
tered surfaces.
b. Only the lowest level of maintenance author-
(5) Mark. To restore obliterated identification.
ized to perfom a maintenance function is indi-
d. Install. To emplace, seat or fix into position
cated.
an item in a manner to allow the proper func-
c. A maintenance function assigned a mainte-
tioning of the equipment; also to assemble one
nance level will automatically be authorized to be
component of an end item with another.
performed at any higher maintenance level.
e. Adjust. To maintain within prescribed limits
d. A maintenance function that cannot be per-
by bringing into proper or exact position, or by
formed at the assigned level of maintenance for
setting the operating characteristics to the spec-
any reason may be forwarded to the next higher
ified parameters.
maintenance organization. Higher maintenance
f. Renovate. To restore item to serviceable con-
levels will perform the maintenance functions of
dition.
lower maintenance levels when required or di-
(1) Paint. To repaint the entire item.
rected by the appropriate commander.
(2) Repair. To restore serviceability to an item
by correcting specific damage, fault, malfunction,
C-2. Definitions
or failure through the application of maintenance
services or other maintenance actions.
The implementation of maintenance tasks will be
(3) Replace. To substitute a serviceable com-
consistent withthe assigned maintenance in ac-
ponent in a manner to allow the proper function-
cordance with the following definitions:
ing of equipment.
a. Inspect. To determine the serviceability of an
item by comparing its physical, mechanical, and/
C-3. Symbols
or electrical characteristics with established
standards through examination.
Specific levels of maintenance are indicated by
b. Test. To verify serviceability and to detect
symbols, as follows:
incipient failure by measuring the mechanical or
Symbol
Maintenance level
electrical characteristics of an item and compar-
C ------------------------------ Operator/Crew
ing those characteristics with prescribed stand-
O
-----------------------------
Organization
ards.
F ----------------------------- Direct Support
c. Service. Operations required periodically to
H ----------------------------- General Support
D  -----------------------------  Depot
keep an item in proper operating condition.
(1) Unpack. To remove item from packing box
In the maintenance Allocation Chart, these sym-
for service or for the performance of other main-
bols reflect the lowest level of maintenance re-
tenance operations.
sponsible for performing a particular function.
C-1

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