OOMA User Guide

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Unformatted text preview: ware problems, or when aircraft is away from home, maintenance and flight data are documented on locally made contingency work orders or VIDS/MAFs and NAVFLIR forms (yellow sheets), respectively. Once the system is back on line, and you choose Initiate Work Order and select Contingency Processing in the Maintenance Subsystem, it enables you to backfit work orders and flight documents that were completed during system down time. It also enables you to backfit the outstanding discrepancies and make them part of the active work orders. Backfit is the term used to describe the process of entering maintenance and flight data into the NALCOMIS OMA system to update Maintenance, Flight, and Configuration Management and Logs & Records Subsystems databases. Note 1: AII Inspections/TD Work Orders cannot be backfitted during a contingency situation. Use the applicable processes in the Configuration Management and Logs & Records Subsystem to update the database. Note 2: Repairable and Life Limited Components received by the activity during the contingency period must be added first to the Configuration Management and Logs & Records Subsystem Inventory Explorer, using the Create Component option. After this process, maintenance data involving removal and installation of repairable and life limited items can be entered into the system. Note 3: Authorized personnel must be assigned the CONWO and MNTCDISO task codes. Note 4: Completed work orders must be entered continuously from initiation to completion by the work center ensuring that accurate codes are used and personnel are available to sign the necessary fields such as the Inspected By and Maintenance Control. Note 5: Flight data must be entered in correct sequence to ensure that removal and replacement of repairable or life limited items do not pose a problem. 1 Open the specific VED (see "Open a VED" on page 342). 2 Right-click the Modex or Serno, choose Initiate, and select Contingency Processing. The Contingency Processing window appears with four boxes. 3 Enter the type work order in the Type Work Order box and enter the JCN in the JCN box and click the Initiate WO button or go to the Actions menu, and select Initiate WO. 4 The Contingency Processing window reappears with some boxes prefilled. Enter data in the the remaining boxes. 5 On the Contingency Processing window, enter the following: ! Appropriate work center code, if other than the default 470 User Guide Optimized NALCOMIS OMA ! WUC/UNS (For more information, see WUC/UNS Selection (on page 350).) ! Actual date and time of occurrence ! When Discovered, Action, Malfunction, and Transaction codes, which determine what sections of the work order is available for data entries. 6 Click Save. 7 Click OK when the MCN and JCN Assignment box appears indicating that the correct JCN matches the one entered earlier. 8 Respond to the Print prompt accordingly. The Work Order Update - Basic Work Order window appears. 9 Complete the requir...
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