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A blank Description block appears to enter the inspection narrative. 2 Enter the narrative and press Tab and enter the Grade/Tank, Name,
and Date/Time of the entries.
3 Click the Save Inspection button to accept the entries.
4 Click Cancel to discontinue the process.
Add/Update in Process Inspections
This dialog box enables you to enter a short description of the inspection
performed during the In Process Inspection.
For procedures, see Work Order Update - CDI/QAR In Process
Inspections (on page 433). Technical Directive Work Order
This information box appears when you right-click anywhere on the gray
area in the Basic Work Order Update window and select Technical
Directive. The box enables you to compare the actual TD against the
inventory item and view the discrepancy block for the work order.
Click OK to return to the work order. Material Required
The Material Required dialog box enables you to identify and order
replacement parts (consumable and repairable) that failed due to damage
or defect from normal tear/use, or when the items' operational limits have
been reached. It displays the Failed Part and Requisition details on a work
1 Open the specific VED (see "Open a VED" on page 342). 2 Double-click the specific Modex or Serno on the VED to open the
Active Work Order Query list.
3 Right-click the work order on the Active Work Order Query list and
select Material Required.
4 To perform tasks in the Material Required dialog box, right-click in
the Failed Part or Required Part areas and select a process.
5 To print the work order, right-click the failed part entry and select
Print; see Print (on page 141). 436 User Guide Optimized NALCOMIS OMA 6 To make changes to other sections of the selected work order, rightclick in the Failed Part and Requisition areas of the Material Required
7 Select Update and the section of the work order from the shortcut
8 For procedures, see Basic Work Order Update (on page 421).
9 Click Close to return to the Active Work Order Query window. Order Repairable Part
The Order Repairable Part dialog box enables you to order repairable
For task overview, see Material Required (on page 435).
Note 1: Only one repairable component can be ordered on a work order.
Note 2: The CAGE and Part Number must be verified based on its
Note 3: If the activity is capable of performing I level maintenance,
ordering repairable components can be accomplished by ensuring that the
work order has 2 as its maintenance level. When a dialog box appears,
type the JCN suffix, work center, and subcomponent serial number on the
suffix work order. The suffix work order is generated and facsimiles can
Note 4: During the cannibalization process using the Cannibalization
Wizard – Urgent with Requisition Being Ordered, ignore the requirement
stated in step 3 relative to the assignment of Project/Priority codes by
maintenance control. The wizard automatically assign...
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This note was uploaded on 10/01/2013 for the course ECON 101 taught by Professor Smith during the Fall '13 term at Voorhees.
- Fall '13