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TM   10-4930-232-12&P h.   Replace.   To   remove   an   unserviceable   item   and   install   a   serviceable   counterpart   in   its   place.   “Replace”   is authorized   by   the   MAC   and   is   shown   as   the   3d   position   code   of   the   SMR   code. i.   Repair.   The   application   of   maintenance   services,   including   fault   location/troubleshooting, removal/installation,    and    disassembly/assembly    procedures,    and    maintenance    actions    to    identify    trouble    and 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.   That    maintenance    effort    (service/action)    prescribed    to    restore    an    item    to    a    completely serviceable/operational   condition   as   required   by   maintenance   standards   in   appropriate   technical   publications   (i.e., DMWR).   Overhaul   is   normally   the   highest   degree   of   maintenance   performed   by   the   Army.   Overhaul   does   not normally   return   an   item   to   like   new   condition. k.   Rebuild.   Consists    of    those    services/actions    necessary    for    the    restoration    of    unserviceable    equipment    to    like new   condition   in   accordance   with   original   manufacturing   standars.   Rebuild   is   the   highest   degree   of   materiel maintenance   applied   to   Army   equipment.   The   rebuild   operation   include   the   act   of   returning   to   zero   those   age measurements    (hours/miles,    etc.)    considered    in    classifying    Army    equipment/components. B-3. Explanation  of  Columns  in  the  MAC,  Section  II a. Column   1.   Group   Number.    Column   1   lists   functional   group   code   numbers   the   purpose   of   which   is   to identify    maintenance    significant    components,    assemblies,    subassemblies,    and    modules    with    the    next    higher assembly.   End   item   group   shall   be   “00”. b.   Column   2.    Component/Assembly.  Column    2    contains    the    names    of    components,    assemblies, subassemblies,   and   modules   for   which   maintenance   is   authorized. c. Column   3.   Maintenance/Function.   Column   3   lists   the   functions   to   be   performed   on   the   item   listed   in Column   2.   (For   detailed   explanation   of   these   functions,   see   paragraph   B-2). d.  Column  4.  Maintenance   Level.  Column   4   specifies,   by   the   listing   to   work   time   figure   in   the   appropriate subcolumn(s),   the   level   of   maintenance   authorized   to   perform   the   function   listed   in   Column   3.   This   figure represents   the   active   time   required   to   perform   the   function   listed   in   indicated   level   of   maintenance.   If   the   number or   complexity   of   the   tasks   within   the   listed   maintenance   function   vary   at   different   maintenance   levels,   appropriate work   time   figures   will   be   shown,   for   each   level.   The   work   time   figure   represents   the   average   time   required   to restore   an   item   (assembly,   subassembly,   component,   module   and   item,   or   system)   to   a   serviceable   condition under   typical   field   operating   conditions.   this   time   includes   preparation   time   (including   any   necessary disassembly/assembly    time),    troubleshooting/fault    location    time,    and    quality    assurance/quality    control    time    in addition   to   the   time   required   to   perform   the   specific   tasks   identified   for   the   maintenance   functions   authorized   in   the maintenance   allocation   chart.   The   symbol   designations   for   the   various   maintenance   levels   are   as   follows: C - Operator   or   crew O - Unit   Maintenance F –   Intermediate   Direct   Support   Maintenance H –   Intermediate   General   Support   Maintenance D –   Depot   Maintenance e. Column   5,   Tools   and   Equipment.   Column   5   specifies   by   code,   those   common   tools   sets   (not   individual tools)   and   special   tools,   TM   DE,   and   support   equipment   required   to   perform   the   designated   function. B-2

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