M2/M3 BFV: TROUBLESHOOTING - OD1610 - LESSON 1/TASK 2
(QSS), print "QSS," and the Julian date of notice that the part was not on
hand. For items on order from the self-service supply center (SSSC), print
"SSSC" and the Julian date of notice that the item was not on hand.
(b) If the part is canceled later, print "canceled" and the Julian
date on which the part was canceled. If the part is still needed, reorder
it. Put the fault, NSN or part number, and new document number on the next
(c) If the delay is to extend until the next scheduled service,
print "Scheduled for next PM service." State which service, and the date,
or miles, or hours when the service is due.
(d) If a shop backup is causing the delay, put the work request
number in column d.
(e) When possible, enter a calendar date when it is expected that
the reason for the delay will no longer apply, such as the date a service is
due, or the date a part on order is expected to arrive. Circled X faults
listed on a DA Form 2404 DEF MAINT will have a date when the limited
operations will end. If no date is available, give a calendar date when the
downgrade action will be reviewed by the CO or maintenance/motor officer.
This date will be no more than one week from the date of the downgrade
action. Print "Downgraded on [date]. Downgrade ends [date]." Maintenance
supervisors, leaders, and operators must review the DA Form 2404 DEF MAINT
regularly for faults that are overdue to be repaired.
(f) Do not use a DA Form 2404 DEF MAINT to list faults that are on
a DA Form 2407 for repair.
(g) More space or lines under column d may be used for the name of
the person picking up parts, listing action taken, etc.
(h) When the fault is corrected, the person doing the work enters
the calendar date in column d.
(12) Column e - Initial When Corrected.
The CO or his designated
representative initials column e when the-entry is made.
control, a second person will check work performed on circled X status
symbol faults. When that is done, the person doing the work initials the