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Figure 2-11. Interim Allowance Parts List
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Onboard   Allowance   Table   column.   See   figure 2-11. Maintenance Capability You must refer to the column headed Maint. Process only those items having a quantity listed in  the  Allowance  Table  column  that  are  within the maintenance capability of your ship as shown in  figure  2-11.  Use  the  following  maintenance capability  table If  Your Capbility is 2 3 4 5 6 G H O  (Alpha) to  identify  your  items: Then  You  Are  Authorized Items  Coded 2  and  O  (Alpha  O) 2,  3,  and  O 2,  3,  4,  and  O 2,  3,  4,  5,  and  O 2,  3,  4,  5,  6,  and  O 2,  3,  4,  5,  6,  G,  and  O 2,  3,  4,  5,  6,  G,  H,  and  O 2,  3,  4,  5,  6,  and  O Failure  to  process  only  those  items  within  the ship’s   maintenance   capability   can   result   in receiving  large  bulky  items  that  you  are  unable to  handle  or  store  properly. You must also use the same procedure when ordering  material  on  a  direct  turnover  (DTO) basis. You may receive material on board that is not  within  your  capability  to  replace  in  the equipment. Identification  of  Allowance Deficiencies After the possible adds have been identified, you  should  check  them  against  the  stock  record cards, stock number sequence list (SNSL), or ISL to  determine  if  the  parts  are  actual  allowance deficiencies.  The  following  guidelines  should  be used in making the transition from’ ‘possible” to “actual”   allowance   changes: Situation Action (1) Item not previously     Order the full quantity allowed. on  the  new  APL. Situation Action (2)**Item  already  al-      Add  the  difference  to lowed in a quantity less the  SNSL/ISL. than on the new APL. Adjust  the  NAVSUP Form   1114   to   reflect the  new  higher  allow- ance. Order  the  difference between the old allow- ance  and  new  allow- ance under the NAVSEA   COSAL   al- lotment. See chapter 3 of NAV- SUP P-485 for details. If the on-hand and on-order quantity exceeds the old   allowance   quantity,   take   the   difference between  the  new  allowance  and  the  total  on-order and  on-hand  quantity  and  order  the  balance. (3)*  *Item  already  al-  Allowance  does  not lowed   in   a   quantity change. equal   to   or   greater than  the  new  allowed Add   the   new   APL quantity. number  to  the  SNSL/ ISL. **  Planned  maintenance  requirement  (PMR) items are identified with a code P in the All Item column  of  the  APL.  The  APL  quantity  should be  added  to  the  SNSL/ISL  quantity,  the NAVSUP  Forms  1114  adjusted,  and  the  higher adjusted  quantity  ordered.  PMR  items  are additions  to  old  allowances. Insurance-type   items   (those   that   compute between .0623 but less than 1.0000 in a .25 Fleet Logistics Support Improvement Program [FLSIP] COSAL) are identified by an asterisk in front of the quantity; example: *Q1-Qty 1, *Q2-Qty 2, or *99-Qty 99. These quantities are determined by rounding  the  computed  quantity  to  a  minimum replacement unit, technical override quantity, or planned   maintenance   requirement   quantity, whichever is the greater. Demand-based  items  are  those  items  that compute  to  2  or  more.  Demand-based  items  do not  show  an  asterisk  in  front  of  the  allowance quantity. 2-15

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