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Section  I. INTRODUCTION
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Explanation of Columns in the MAC,Section  III.
TM     10-3835-219-14 .      Operations   required   periodically   to   keep   an   item   in   proper   operating   condition,   i.e.,   to   clean (includes   decontaminate),   to   preserve,   to   drain,   or   to   replenish   fuel,   Iubricants,   chemical   fluids,   or   gases. d.    .   To   maintain   within   prescribed   limits,   by   bringing   into   proper   or   exact   position,   or   besetting   the operating    characteristics    to    the    specified    parameters. e.   Aline   To   adjust   specified   variable   elements   of   an   item   to   bring   about   optimum   or   desired   performance. f. Calibrate  TO  determine   and   cause   corrections   to   be   made   or   to   be   adjusted   on   instruments   or   test measuring   and   diagnostic   equipment   used   in   precision   measurement.   Consists   of   comparison   of   two instruments,   one   of   which   is   a   certified   standard   of   known   accuracy,   to   detect   and   adjust   any   discrepancy   in   the accuracy    of    the    instrument    being    compared. g.  Install .   The   act   of   emplacing,   seating,   or   fixing   into   position   an   item,   part,   or   module   (component   or assembly)   in   a   manner   to   allow   the   proper   functioning   of   an   equipment   or   system. h.   e   The   act   of   substituting   a   serviceable   like   type   part,   a   subassembly,   or   module   (component   or assembly)    for    an    unserviceable    counterpart. i. Repair   The   application   of   maintenance   services   (inspect,   test,   service,   adjust,   aline,   calibrate,   or   replace) or    other    maintenance    actions    (welding,    grinding,    riveting,    straightening,    facing,    remachining,    or    resurfacing)    to restore   serviceability   to   an   item   by   correcting   specific   damage,   fault,   malfunction,   or   failure   in   a   part,   subassembly, module   (component   or   assembly),   end   item,   or   system. j Overhaul   The   maintenance   effort   (service/action)   necessary   to   restore   an   item   to   a   completely serviceable    operational    condition    as    prescribed    by    maintenance    standards    in    appropriate    technical    publications (i.e.,   DMWR).   Overhaul   does   not   normally   return   an   item   to   a   like   new   condition. k.  d   Consists   of   those   services/actions   necessary   for   the   restoration   of   unserviceable   equipment   to   a Iike   new   condition   in   accordance   with   original   manufacturing   standards.   Rebuild   is   the   highest   degree   of   materiel maintenance   applied   to   Army   equipment.   The   rebuild   operation   includes   the   act   of   returning   to   zero   those   age measurements   (hours/miles,   etc.)   considered   in   classifying   Army   equipment/components. B - 4 .   E x p l a n a t i o n    o f    C o l u m n s    i n    t h e    M A C ,    S e c t i o n    I l . a.     (1).      Group   r.   Column   1   lists   function   group   code   numbers   which   are   assigned   to   identify maintenance   significant   components,   assemblies,   subassemblies,   and   modules   to   their   next   higher   assembly. b . Column   (2).   Component/Assem  bly.  Column   2   contains   the   item   names   of   components,   assemblies, subassemblies,   and   modules   for   which   group   numbers   (column   1)   are   assigned   and   for   which   maintenance   is authorized. c.  n   (3).   ce   F u n c t i o n. Column   3   lists   the   functions   to   be   performed   on   items   listed   in Column   2.   (F unction   definitions   are   contained   in   paragraph   A-3.) B-2

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