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Table   2-1.   Preventive   Maintenance   Checks   and   Services   (PMCS)
TM     10-3835-219-14 2-3.  Purpose   Of   PMCS   Table.    The   purpose   of   the   PMCS   table   is   to   provide   a   systematic   method   of inspection   and   servicing   the   equipment.   In   this   way,   small   defects   can   be   detected   early   before   they   become   a major   problem   causing   the   equipment   to   fail   to   complete   its   mission.   The   PMCS   table   is   arranged   with   the individual   PMCS   procedures   listed   in   sequence   under   assigned   intervals.   the   most   logical   time   (before,   during,   or after   operation)   to   perform   each   procedure   determines   the   interval   to   which   it   is   assigned.   Make   a   habit   of   doing the   checks   in   the   same   order   each   time   and   anything   wrong   will   be   seen   quickly.   See   paragraph   2-4   for   an explanation   of   the   columns   in   table   2-1. 2-4.  Explanation   Of   Columns.    The   following   is   a   list   of   the   PMCS   table   column   headings   with   a description   of   the   information   found   in   each   column. a .   Item   No.   This   column   shows   the   sequence   in   which   the   checks   and   services   are   to   be   performed,   and   iS used   to   identify   the   equipment   area   on   the   Equipment   Inspection   and   Maintenance   Worksheet,   DA   Form   2404. b.  Interval .  This   column   contains   the   time   frame   for   which   a   required   check   or   service   is   to   be   performed.   A   dot (o)   is   placed   in   a   appropriate   subcolumn(s)   that   contains   a   symbol   identifying   the   time   frame   for   which   designated checks   or   services   are   to   be   performed.   The   symbol   designations   for   the   various   time   frames   are   as   follows: B   -   Before D  -  During A   -   After c.  Item   to   be   Inspected/procedures. This   column   identifies   the   general   area   or   specific   part   where   the check(s)   or   service(s)   to   be   done,   and   explains   how   to   do   them. d.  Equipment is Not Ready/Available If.    This   column   lists   conditions   that   make   the   equipment   unavailable   for use   because   it   is   unable   to   perform   its   mission,   or   because   it   would   represent   a   safety   hazard.   Do   not   accept   or operate   equipment   with   a   condition   in   the   “Equipment   is   Not   ready/Available   If”   column. N  O  T E The   terms   ready/available   and   mission   capable   refer   to   the   same   status: Equipment   is   on   hand   and   is   able   to   perform   its   combat   mission.   Refer   to   DA   Pam 7 3 8 - 7 5 0 . 2-5.  Reporting   Deficiencies.    If   any   problem   with   the   equipment   is   discovered   during   PMCS   or   while   it   is being   operated   that   cannot   be   corrected   at   the   operator/crew   maintenance   level,   it   must   be   reported.   Refer   to   DA Pam   738-750   and   report   the   deficiency   using   the   proper   forms. N  O  T E If   equipment   must   be   kept   in   continuous   operation,   check   and   service   only   those items   that   can   be   checked   and   serviced   without   disturbing   operation.   Make complete   checks   and   services   when   equipment   can   be   shut   down. Within   designated   intervals,   perform   these   checks   in   order   listed.   Perform   before   operations   PMCS   if: a.  Item   has   not   been   operated   since   last   PMCS   checks. b.  Operating   item   for   first   time. 2 - 2

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