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BLOCK A22—WORK UNIT CODE. BLOCK A43—TYPE EQUIPMENT CODE. BLOCK A52—BUREAU/SERIAL NUMBER. BLOCK A58—WHEN DISCOVERED CODE. BLOCK A59—TYPE MAINTENANCE CODE. BLOCKS A08 THROUGH A14—JOB CON- TROL NUMBER. BLOCKS E08 THROUGH E42—REMOVED ITEM(S). Enter the manufacturer’s code, part number, removed date, serial number of the removed item(s), and time cycle. If there is more than one serial-numbered item, enter MULTI. If there is no serial number, enter 0. A separate VIDS/MAF work request is required for like items that have different manufacturer’s code/ part numbers. In cases of egress and survival equipment with like part numbers but different manufacturer’s codes, enter five zeroes in the manufacturer’s code block and the time/cycle block using the appropriate prefix. DISCREPANCY BLOCK, Enter descriptive narration, serial numbers if appropriate, MRC numbers if applicable, and signature of the maintenance control supervisor. The VIDS/MAF work request is delivered with the component and/or items to the IMA production control. The IMA production control supervisor signs the VIDS/MAF work request in the corrective action block and returns a signed copy 2 (as proof of turn-in) to the requesting activity. Copy 2 is placed on the maintenance control/phase VIDS board until IMA has completed the check, test, or service action. VIDS/MAF WORK REQUEST (DOCUMENTATION COMPLETED) When the item(s) that have been tested, inspected, or serviced have been reinstalled, the documentation of the VIDS/MAF that has been held in suspense is completed. Refer to figure 4-35 and locate each block as you read about it in this section. BLOCK A32—TRANSACTION Enter 11. BLOCK A34—MAINTENANCE Enter 1. BLOCK A35—ACTION TAKEN Enter S. BLOCK A36—MALFUNCTION CODE. LEVEL. CODE. CODE. Enter the appropriate malfunction code. BLOCK A39—ITEMS PROCESSED. Enter the total number of items processed. BLOCK A41—MAN-HOURS. Enter the total number of man-hours expended for removal and reinstallation. BLOCK A45—ELAPSED MAINTENANCE TIME. Enter the elapsed clock time involved in the removal and reinstallation action. BLOCK B30—COMPLETED DATE. Enter the Julian date on which the work was completed. BLOCK B34—COMPLETED TIME. Enter the actual time work was completed. CORRECTION ACTION BLOCK. Enter Reinstalled after check, test, or service. CORRECTED BY, INSPECTED BY, SUPERVISOR, AND MAINT CONTROL BLOCKS. Enter the appropriate signature and rate. WORK REQUEST, CUSTOMER SERVICES (OPNAV FORM 4790/36A) The work request, customer services form (fig, 4-36) is used by IMA and supply department personnel to request customer services support from depot-level activities. Customer services support is limited to services not involving repairs within the capability of the requesting IMA. The type of assistance required by the IMA may involve the depot-level activity to complete components delayed in process because of a lack of facilities for check and test and/or processing that is not normally required. Heat treatment, 4-58



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