COMPONENT REPAIR KITS
For the purpose of this section, the following
definition applies: Repair Kit
A group of selected expendable
material packaged, identified, and issued, as a single item under one
National Stock Number
Repair kits will be acquired and used to aid
maintenance operations, reduce aircraft downtime, and reduce
requisitions and line items of supply. Repair kits are used to
restore certain unserviceable reparable items to a serviceable
Procedures for Obtaining and Use of Repair Kits.
Repair kits are listed in the applicable aircraft parts and
tools manual (-23P). The kits will be stored and issued by
authorized supply activities. The kits will be requisitioned as
maintenance activities will stock and use repair kits to the maximum
b. Repair kits will include parts normally needed to correct most
recurring unserviceable conditions, which do not require an overhaul.
Repair kits will not contain bulk supply or consumable items.
When a repair kit is used all parts furnished with the kit will
normally be used; however, the degree and extent of the repair
performed will not be extended merely to consume all parts available
in the kit.
d. Serviceable repair parts remaining after the completion of a
repair task, will be properly identified and retained as shop stock
unless otherwise directed.
Unserviceable non-reparable parts replaced during the repair
will be condemned, and disposed of per the instructions in Section IX
of this manual.
f. Defective or unsatisfactory repair kits must be reported using
SF Form 368, Product Quality Deficiency Report (QDR). A QDR will be
submitted when the following conditions are met:
(1) When kit contents are not enough for the repair task.
(2) When kit contents are in excess for the required repair