OOMA User Guide

Ejection seats etc or any other ooma assembly class

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Unformatted text preview: tion Date on the Manual Flight Record). This will set the numbers correctly in the Flight Summary tab of the logset by period. While it is only required to enter the most current Service Period information, you can create additional Service Periods. If you want to enter additional Service Periods, follow this process for each period. 3 To create a Manual Flight Document (MFLT) as data source for the aircraft, see Create a Usage Record (on page 227). Note: Ensure Manual Flight Documents are created as needed for each assembly prior to installing the assembly on the aircraft structure. # To update life limited components: In the Inventory Explorer there are two methods of updating Serial Numbers, verifying component part numbers and TSN/TSO values and calculating forced removal deadlines for life-limited components; and accessing the Inventory Properties for each item or by using the Configuration Worksheet which allows multiple updates. For complex structures it is recommended to use the Configuration Worksheet. 1 Using the paper Aircraft Logbooks and AESRs, review each MSR, ASR, SRC and EHR card and follow the guidelines in the Update Configuration Worksheet. Note: When entering the TSN/TSO for ASRs, you must use the current assembly TSN when calculating Subassembly Service Record (SASR) for that assembly. Chapter 2 Quick Reference Guide in Optimized NALCOMIS OMA 57 2 Explosive devices require additional verification and update of information such as DODIC, lot number, container open date, etc. Go to Inventory Properties for that explosive device using Modify Inventory Properties (on page 213), and then select the Explosives Tab to update this information. Updating the Expiration Date on the Explosives Tab will automatically update the Deadline Date on the Tasks Tab. Note: If an Explosive Device Lot Number is not available, contact the OOMA Help desk through OOMASUPPORT or SMTS. # To update task and task plans: During the create process Tasks that were built as ‘auto-create’ by the Baseline Manager appears as Pending on the Inventory Explorer Tasks Tab. Some tasks such as Preservation Inspections may not be visible at all times, but need to be created when required and cancelled when no longer needed. For more information, see Create a Task (on page 218) and Cancel Task (on page 221). 1 Accessing the Inventory Explorer Tasks Tab allows you to set the deadline date for upcoming tasks. Modifying Task Properties (see "Modify Task Properties" on page 219) allows you to access each task and enter the next due date in the Deadline Date for calendar inspections or next time due in the Scheduled Expenditure box for hourly inspections. Inspections based on counts or landings (such as catapults, arrestments or rounds fired) also need the Scheduled Expenditure box updated. 2 Task Plans are used for sequential inspections such as Phase Inspections and are not automatically created during the create inventory process. Using Task Plan Creation, create y...
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