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    Preventive Maintenance Model Work Orders Bills Of Materials

    What are the steps for assigning a BOM to a Model Work Order so that it gets used every time the PM comes due? My team has created an Item Master/Branch for a 'maintenance kit' and assigned that Item as the Inventory Item Number for a test piece of equipment. But the Work Order is not including any Parts List. The UBE is set up to include it. I'm sure it's a simple process we're overlooking, but I'm just not sure what it is.

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    I'm assuming you are using R12807 to generate WO. The UBE will be using BOM for Maintenance Kit (APL) Item Number/Branch. You should check BOM Type specified on Model Work Order header. Also, there can be an issue if generated WO has empty planned start date - the UBE will be verify BOM effectiveness on that date. In this case, check your PM Rules.
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    The BOM item needs to be assigned to the model work order, not the equipment master.
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