TROUBLESHOOTING THE M998 ELECT SYST. - OD1617 - LESSON 1/TASK 3
When an entry in blocks 4a or b is required, begin with block 4a,
"Miles." Enter the meter reading, in miles or kilometers, as of the
date in block 5. Print "M" before a reading in miles or "K" before a
reading in kilometers.
Leave block 4a blank if miles or kilometers
do not apply to the equipment. In block 4b, enter the meter reading
in hours as of the date in block 5. Leave block 4b blank if hours do
not apply to the equipment.
Leave block 4c (Rounds
Block 5 is treated just like blocks 4 for
If no faults are found during one day's PMCS,
leave block 5
blank. If a fault is found, enter the current calendar
date in block
(6) Block 6--Type Inspection.
Enter the type of PMCS being
performed (Daily, Weekly, Monthly). When doing more than one type of
PMCS at the same time, use the first letter of the types being
performed (e.g., D/W, D/W/M). When no faults are found, the DA Form
2404 can be used for more than one day, even if the form was used for
Just place the first letter of the type of PMCS
performed in column d, by that day's date in column c.
(7) Blocks 7--TM Number, TM Date. Enter the TM number and date of
the PMCS TM.
When two TMs cover an item, put the second TM number
and date in the second number and date blocks. When the manual has
changes, print "W/C" and the latest change number after the TM
number--but show the date of the basic manual.
(8) Blocks 8a and 8b--Signature and Time.
The operator or crew
chief signs block 8a, and enters his rank, when a deficiency or
shortcoming is found in the equipment.
A signature in this block
keeps the form from being used past the current dispatch. Block 8b
is left blank, or used as needed locally.
(9) Blocks 9a and 9b--Signature and Time.
These blocks are left
blank, or used as needed locally.
(10) Block 10--Man-Hours.
For missile systems and equipment
reported under AR700-138 enter the time when an NMC fault is found.
Otherwise, this block can be used as needed locally.