TROUBLESHOOTING THE M998 ELECT SYST. - OD1617 - LESSON 1/TASK 3
(2) When more than one DA Form 2404 is needed for an inspection or
service, number the pages. Print the page number at the right side
of the form's title block.
If two DA Forms 2404 are used for a
service, for example, print 1 of 2 on the first page and 2 of 2 on
the second page.
(3) When used as a DEF MAINT form, operators or crews should check
the form before each dispatch.
Look for faults that may affect the
mission, and faults that are overdue to be fixed. For example, look
at any dates in column d that have passed, and for services that have
already been performed.
(4) Maintenance supervisors or leaders should review the DEF MAINT
forms periodically; check the status of parts on order; look for any
faults that have been corrected but not closed out; and, check for
any faults overdue to be fixed. A second DA Form 2408-14 DEF MAINT
may be kept for this purpose.
(5) DA Form 2408-14 is used for PMCSs. DA Form 2408-14 DEF MAINT
is used on an item of equipment which is kept in the equipment record
folder until completed, closed out, or no longer needed.
highlight the DEF MAINT form to prevent it being confused with the
Also, do not start a DA Form 2408-14 DEF MAINT until
there is an action to defer. A second copy of this form may be kept
whenever needed for maintenance supervisors or leaders.
(6) Parts on order, or actions pending under anticipated not
mission capable (ANMC) conditions, may go on the DA Form 2408-14 DEF
MAINT with a diagonal status symbol.
Using tie DA Form 2404 for Operator/Crew PMCS (see figure 10 on
the following page).
(1) Block 1--Organization.
The name of the unit that owns the
equipment goes in block 1.
(2) Block 2--Nomenclature and Model.
The noun abbreviation and
model of the equipment go in block 2.
For floating equipment, use
(3) Block 3--Registration/Serial/NSN.
Enter the serial or
registration number of the equipment in
equipment, enter the DA hull number.