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5 To save the change, click Save.
Delete Work Center Record
1 Open the specific VED (see "Open a VED" on page 342). 480 User Guide Optimized NALCOMIS OMA 2 Go to the Table Maintenance menu and select Work Center.
3 On the Work Center window, click the work center record.
4 Go to the Actions menu and select Delete, or click the Delete button
5 Click Yes on the prompt to confirm the delete action.
The work center record is removed from the list. IMC Recurring Work Order
The IMC Recurring option on the Table Maintenance menu enables you
to build the Inspection Look (IL) type work order for specific type
aircraft with WUC/UNS assigned as 030IMC_, where _ will be a number
(for example: 1, 2, 3) to denote the first, second, or third inspection,
respectively. These requirements can be the MRCs or any printed steps
associated with the IMC look inspection.
The actual IMC inspection requirement will have a task plan established
in the Configuration Management baseline to be accomplished in a
specific monthly interval. This inspection will appear in the Aircraft Inspection window when you base the IMC selection criteria on the
number of days to view it, or from the standard deviation of +/-3 days. # To add IMC Recurring Work Order:
1 Go to the Table Maintenance menu and select IMC Recurring.
The IMC Recurring Work Order window appears with blank Assy
Code and WUC/UNS. The lower portion of the window displays
blank System Reason and Discrepancy fields. 2 Enter the Assy Code.
3 Enter or select the WUC/UNS from the list.
4 Enter the IMC MRC number or other written step as the System
5 Enter the MRCs or type a brief narrative of the step in the
6 Click Save.
The look inspection step becomes a part of the table for the Look
Inspection for IMC aircraft.
To add another step (MRC requirement), click the Add
and then follow steps 3 to 6. button # To delete IMC Recurring Work Order:
1 On the IMC Recurring Work Order window, select the step to be
deleted. 2 Click the Delete button . 3 Click Yes on the prompt to confirm the delete action. Chapter 5 Maintenance Subsystem 481 JCN Serial Number Update
This window enables you to modify the JCN serial number after a
contingency process due to the system being down, or when backfitting
work order information into the database. This update sets the system to
automatically assign the JCN serial number sequentially.
Note: In a multi-organization environment, select the appropriate
organization code before making any changes to the JCN serial number.
1 Open the specific VED (see "Open a VED" on page 342). 2 Go to the Table Maintenance and select JCN Serial Number.
3 On the JCN Serial Number Update window, type the last JCN serial
number and Julian Day used during a contingency process.
4 Type the last Control JCN to view the Last Phase JCN serial number
used, if required.
5 To save the changes, go to the File menu and select Save or click
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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