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A-2 Appendix A Warranty And Renewal Parts; Identifying The Part; Renewal Parts List; Part Number Structure - GE EX2100 User Manual

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Identifying the Part

A-2 Appendix A Warranty and Renewal Parts

An exciter component, or part, is identified by its assigned part number and
description. The part number is normally found on a nameplate on the component.
The description is included in the system renewal parts list.

Renewal Parts List

The Renewal Parts List is a separate document that lists the parts of a complete
system. This list applies specifically to the equipment furnished on a customer's
particular application (requisition) at the time of shipment. It includes:
Part numbers and descriptions
Quantity used
Recommended spares to keep onhand
Normal delivery cycle for obtaining each part
GE provides the Renewal Parts List with the exciter's custom instructions. If this
document is missing, contact the nearest GE sales office or service representative to
obtain a replacement copy. You need to provide the following information (see
Figure A-4) to correctly identify the system:
Requisition number
Model number

Part Number Structure

A GE part number is structured so that different portions of the number identify the
type of equipment and location of manufacture. A part falls into one of four
categories:
Order-specific assemblies – Major assemblies or items that make up a specific
exciter, constructed from common assemblies
Common assemblies – Subassemblies used in many GE exciter products, not
just a specific exciter
Components – Individual parts that make up assemblies
Printed wiring boards
These categories and the makeup of their part numbers are defined under Order
Specific Assemblies.
GEH-6632 EX2100 User's Guide

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