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 Creating a Refurbishment Order

Use

To create a refurbishment order, proceed as follows:

  1. Choose Start of the navigation path Logistics Next navigation step Plant Maintenance Next navigation step Maintenance Processing Next navigation step Order Next navigation step Create (special) Next navigation step Refurbishment order End of the navigation path.

    You reach the initial screen for creating refurbishment orders.

  2. Enter the required data and choose Continue.

  3. The header data screen appears for the refurbishment order. The entry of the material number and the sections Quantities and Refurbishment are specific to this order.

  4. In the section Quantities, enter the total number of repairable spares which should be refurbished for this order, and then choose Continue.

    The total quantity of repairable spares specified is automatically entered in the first line of the component list for the order.

  5. If you want to identify the repairable spares individually, choose Objects. A dialog box appears, in which you can enter serial numbers for the specified quantity of repairable spares to be refurbished.

    Note Note

    You can only call up the object list if the entry of serial numbers has been allowed for the material in your system.

    • If it is specified in the serial number profile for the material that serial numbers must be assigned, then you must enter serial numbers for all of the repairable spares to be refurbished.

    • If it is specified in the serial number profile for the material that serial numbers can be assigned, then you have the option of only entering serial numbers for some of the repairable spares to be refurbished.

    For more information, see Repairable Spare.

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  6. To return to the header data screen, choose Continue.

  7. In the section Refurbishment, enter the following data:

    • The plant and storage location from which you want to withdraw the repairable spares to be refurbished

    • The plant and storage location to which you will return the repairable spares to be refurbished

    If a batch management requirement and valuation category have been defined in the material master record, you can also enter the batch and valuation type here.

  8. Once you have entered all the required data on the header data screen, you can enter additional planning data for the order. See Planning of an Order.

    Note Note

    The planning of sub-orders and the assignment to revisions are not intended for refurbishment orders.

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  9. Save the refurbishment order.

    The total quantity of repairable spares entered in the refurbishment order is now reserved for this order in the specified storage location.

  10. To release the order and refurbish the repairable spares, proceed as described in Order Processing: Refurbishment of Repairable Spares.