attempted when an engine fails to meet the operational limits stated
in the appropriate aircraft operator's manual (-10).
should be changed if the problem can't be corrected.
replacing the engine, Aviation Unit Maintenance (AVUM) activities
must request verification that the engine is defective, from the
has determined that the engine is non-reparable will
authorization be given to replace the engine.
All items removed from an aircraft or engine must be tagged
with a suitable tag to identify the end item the component/part was
If the component/part is not intended to be
reinstalled on the same aircraft, engine, or component it was removed
from, the item must be tagged with the appropriate materiel condition
tag and if applicable a DA Form 2410 submitted per DA Pamphlet 738-
f. When an item fails to perform satisfactorily, for the
established MAOT or TBO interval, for reasons other than abuse, crash
or battle damage, ground accident or incident, a Quality Deficiency
Report, SF 368, will be submitted per DA Pamphlet 738-751.
Selected components used on Special Operations Aircraft have
These items are
been designated as "Closed-Loop Components".
believed to be subjected to extra wear and stress, and normally have
a lower TBO cycle than comparable items used on conventional fleet
Items designated, as "Closed-Loop" must be closely
monitored to ensure that they are returned to the repair/overhaul
facility that is capable of performing the maintenance requirements
of these special components.
Under the current AMCOM aircraft
The Army Warranty Program.
warranty program, maintenance supervisors are not required to verify
warranty status of aircraft components before performing routine
Standard maintenance actions will not void the warranty
Maintenance supervisors are required to initiate a Quality
Deficiency Report (QDR) when any of the conditions stated in DA
Pamphlet 738-751 exists. All
will be screened by AMCOM for
If warranty actions are required, the AMCOM
Warranty Claims Office will notify the QDR initiator within 30 days.
Maintenance personnel are requested to coordinate all warranty
questions or actions with their Logistics Assistance Representative
The address is COMMANDER,
(LAR), or the Warranty Claims Office.
Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898-5000,
telephone DSN 788-8276 or Commercial (256) 842-8276, Data Fax DSN
746-4904 or Commercial (256) 876-4904, or E-mail
Replacement of Limited Service Life Components.
l-1500-341-01 and the ULLS-A Component Legitimate Code files employs
the codes RC to refer to items that have an established MAOT, TC to