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  1. SERVICE PARTS TRAINING FOR AS400 Tutorial for using the TBB AS400 Parts System Bills of Material, Option Numbers, Assembly Numbers

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  3. TABLE OF CONTENTS • BEFORE YOU START USING AS/400 3 • SIGN ON SCREEN INFORMATION 5 • USING MANUFACTURING/PRODUCT STRUCTURE (MF/PS) 7 • MF/PS HOME SCREEN 11 • BREAKING DOWN A COMPLETE BODY B.O.M. 12 • SAMPLE BODY B.O.M. 18 • COMPONENTS WITHIN BODY B.O.M. MODULES 22 • COMPONENTS WITHIN TBB ASSEMBLIES 24 • OPTION NUMBER BREAKDOWN 26 • EXAMPLES FOR OPTION AND ASSEMBLY BREAKDOWNS 28 • BODY TYPE DESIGNATION CODES 44 • BODY MODULE CODES 45 • BREAKING DOWN A COMPLETE CHASSIS B.O.M. 46 • SAMPLE CHASSIS B.O.M. 51 • COMPONENTS WITHIN CHASSIS B.O.M. MODULES 56 • BREAKING DOWN A CHASSIS OPTION 66 • BREAKING DOWN TBB CHASSIS ASSEMBLIES 74 • CHASSIS MODULE CODES 78 • COMPLETE TBB DESCRIPTIONS ( OP / IV ) 79 • EXAMPLES FOR OP/IV 84 • CS/IM SEARCH FEATURE 92 • CS/IM HOME SCREEN 95 • CS/IM WORD SEARCH 96 • CS/IM WITH MF/PS TO FIND PART NUMBERS 100 • CS/IM WORD SEARCH OPTIONS 103 • CS/IM PART NUMBER SEARCH 107 • CS/IM OPTION NUMBER SEARCH 112 • CS/IM ALTERNATING SEARCH TACTICS 114

  4. Before logging into the AS400 system, consult the TBB Dealer Support Portal Registration Screen for information pertaining to the unit that you will be working on. • The following information will need to be readily available. • 1) ORDER NUMBER • 2) BUS LENGTH • 3) BODY START DATE • 4) CHASSIS START DATE • 5) WHEELBASE

  5. 1) ORDER NUMBER 08325 • 2) BUS LENGTH 141YS • 3) BODY START DATE 3/7/2008 • 4) CHASSIS START DATE 2/13/2008 • 5) WHEELBASE 277

  6. USER TBBDEALER • PASSWORD TBBDEALER • PRESS ENTER TO CONTINUE

  7. OPTION #1 – THOMAS PARTS SYSTEM IS THE ONLY AVAILABLE OPTION. • (You can disregard the *** Please Remember*** section under the Sign Off information, this was for the old modem hook up)

  8. TYPE 1 • PRESS ENTER

  9. When this screen comes up, you will have 2 options to choose from: • MF – MANUFACTURNING MANAGEMENT • Breakdowns for option numbers, unit bills of material, components for TBB assemblies • OP – CUSTOMER ORDER PROCESSING • Complete descriptions of TBB part numbers

  10. For information on part number breakdowns, option breakdowns and unit bills of material, • TYPE MF (Manufacturing Management) • PRESS ENTER

  11. Continue on next screen by: • TYPE PS(Product Structure Maintenance) • PRESS ENTER

  12. MF/PS HOMEPAGE • All required information for using this screen can be found on the TBB Web Portal Registration screen. • To use this screen for body Bills of Material you will need the following information from the Registration screen • 1) ORDER # • 2) BUS LENGTH • 3) BODY START DATE SEE ATTACHED SCREEN PRINT OF REGISTRATION INFORMATION SAMPLE UNIT ON NEXT PAGE REQUIRED FIELDS

  13. COMPLETE TBB BODY BILL OF MATERIAL • REQUIREDFIELDS: • 1) PLANT • 1 = TBB BODY DIVISION • 2 = TBB C2 DIVISION • 3 = TBB PARTS DIVISION (Recall kits, VON kits etc.) • 5 = TBB CHASSIS DIVISION • 9 = TBB MINOTOUR DIVISION 2) INQUIRY DISPLAY A = AS USED 3) PARENT IDENTIFICATION ORDER NUMBER – BODY LENGTH (For complete body B.O.M.) OPTION NUMBER (Component parts for specific option number) TBB PART NUMBER (Component parts for TBB manufactured parts) 4) ACTION I = INQUIRY (Only option available) 5) EFFECTIVITY SEARCH BODY START DATE (For complete body B.O.M. and body option numbers) CHASSIS START DATE (For complete chassis B.O.M. and chassis option numbers)

  14. SAMPLE UNIT INFORMATION • TBB WEB PORTAL REGISTRATION SCREEN

  15. This is a sample page with all 5 required fields with the information in place.

  16. Required fields for the specific unit have been loaded. • PRESS ENTER

  17. UNIT INFORMATION WILL BE LISTED AT THE TOP OF THE PAGE • All of the modules required to build the unit will be listed. • Modules are specific to unit type and parts grouping.

  18. NOTE: The first B.O.M that appears will generally be the window Bill of Material. Some older units will not have any parts listed under this module. If no windows are listed, contact your TBB Parts Analyst for further information. Occasionally, the Driver Seat will be listed in the 1st or 2nd row of the B.O.M.. • MODULE CODE DESIGNATIONS • The first 4 digits of each module specify the unit type and the parts grouping. The rest of the number will vary depending on options and sizes. • Each module will include a short description to go along with the designation code • The first 2 digits will be 0 followed by the body type designation. • I.E. 0Y= HDX / 08 = MVP-EF / 0P = FS65 Conventional • For a complete list of body designation codes, see the end of this section • The 3rd and 4th digits will coincide with the specific Body Module Code listings • I.E. 01 = Air Conditioning / 14 = Doors / 30 = Heaters • For a complete listing of all the module codes, see the end of this section. • EXAMPLE 0Y01EEDI 0Y – HDX UNIT • 01 – AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM • 0Y06ABA1 0Y – HDX UNIT • 06 - BUMPERS

  19. The following 4 pages are just a sample of the module bills for unit 08325-141YS.The complete B.O.M. was not printed to save time and spaceTo navigate through the actual AS400 system: Use PAGE UP or PAGE DOWN key

  20. Use the F2 key to exit the B.O.M. • Use PAGE UP or PAGE DOWN keys to scroll through the modules.

  21. FINDING COMPONENT PARTS WITHIN THE MODULESTo find component parts within the BOMs and modules:Tab to desired BOM or moduleTYPESPRESS ENTER

  22. BOM / Module will open and list all of the assemblies used along with the quantity required, effective start date, effective end date and a description of the part. • Assemblies within the BOM / Module can be broken down into subcomponents . This does not apply to “vendor supplied assemblies” (i.e. heaters / mirror kits / stop arms / walkgates etc..)] • Use the PAGE UP / PAGE DOWN keys to move through the module / BOM pages. • To exit the list PRESS F2

  23. To break an assembly down to the component level. • 1) Tab to desired assembly • 2) TypeS • 3) Press ENTER

  24. The Assembly number will be listed at the top of the page. • Component parts for the assembly will be listed in the same fashion as the module / BOM • Part Number / Quantity Required / Effective Start Date / Effective End Date / Description • To move through the component list, use the PAGE UP and PAGE DOWN keys. • To exit the list PRESS F2

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  26. BODY OPTION NUMBER BREAKDOWNS • The AS400 system can be used to breakdown TBB option numbers as well as complete Bills of Material and TBB assembled components. • To breakdown a TBB Body option number you will need to follow the same steps as before. • 1) Log onto AS400 • 2) Option 1 • 3) MF – Enter • 4) PS – Enter This will bring you to the MF/PS Home screen again.

  27. IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR USING OPTION NUMBER BREAKDOWNS IN AS400 SYSTEM • PLANT: The location will depend on what type of option number you are working with. • PLANT LISTINGS: • 1 = TBB BODY DIVISION ( EF / ER / CONVENTIONAL / VISTA ) • 2 = TBB C2 DIVISION ( C2 ) • 3 = TBB PARTS DIVISION ( RECALL KITS / VON KITS ) • 5 = TBB CHASSIS DIVISION ( ER / EF CHASSIS PRODUCTION ) • 9 = TBB MINOTOUR DIVISION ( MINOTOUR SRW / DRW ) INQUIRY DISPLAYA ( As Used) PARENT IDENTIFICATION: OPTION NUMBER Option number prefixes determine usage. B = Body Option (Plants 1 & 9 ) C = Chassis Option ( Plant 5) D = C2 Data Code ( Plant 2) M = C2 Combination Code ( Plant 2 ) ACTION INQUIRYI (Inquiry) Only option available EFFECTIVITY SEARCH = This is NOT a required field to breakdown an option number. We do recommend that you use this field with the start date of the unit. Using the Effectivity Date will delete old / obsolete parts from the BOM.

  28. Log onto the AS400 SystemOption 1 PRESS ENTERMF PRESS ENTERPS PRESS ENTERMF / PS Home Screen

  29. EXAMPLE 1 BODY OPTION NUMBER BREAKDOWN • . • Fill in Required Fields • PLANT • INQUIRYDISPLAY • PARENTIDENTIFICATION • ACTION • EFFECTIVITYSEARCH – Not required but highly recommended. • PRESS ENTER

  30. Option number and description will be displayed at the top of the page. • Module Bills of Material will be listed below. • *NOTICE – Be sure to check the Quantity Used column before proceeding. If there is a Negative sign after the quantity (1.0000-) it is to denote that the parts within that particular module will NOT be used with this particular option.

  31. Tab to the first module that does not have a NEGATIVE qty. • TypeS • PRESS ENTER

  32. The module number and description will be displayed at the top of the page • Component parts that make up the module will be listed beneath: • Part Number • Quantity Required • Effective Start / End Date • Description • TO EXIT THE LIST – PRESS F2

  33. To Open the second module: • Tab to 2nd module • TypeS • PRESS ENTER

  34. The module number and description will be displayed at the top of the page • Component parts that make up the module will be listed beneath: • Part Number • Quantity Required • Effective Start / End Date • Description • Use the PAGE UP / PAGE DOWN keys to switch thought the pages of the module. (This particular module has 3 pages total) • TO EXIT THE LIST – PRESS F2

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  36. SPECIAL NOTE FOR C2 DATA CODES AND BOMS • When breaking down option numbers or part numbers in Plant 2 (C2 Division), Always tab down to the part number, type S and PRESS ENTER. Some parts listed in the C2 BOMs are actually LEVEL 1 assemblies which can not be purchased. LEVEL 1 assemblies will generally have to be broken down into components to be purchased. See next pages for examples of C2 Data Codes and LEVEL 1 assemblies listed within a Data Code.

  37. EXAMPLE 2 C2 DATA CODE BREAKDOWN • Fill in Required Fields • PLANT • INQUIRY DISPLAY • PARENT IDENTIFICATION • ACTION • EFFECTIVITY SEARCH – Not required but highly recommended. • PRESS ENTER

  38. The module number and description will be displayed at the top of the page • Component parts that make up the module will be listed beneath: • Part Number • Quantity Required • Effective Start / End Date • Description • TO EXIT THE LIST – PRESS F2 • SEE NEXT PAGE FOR SPECAIL NOTE ON C2 PART #’s and BOMs

  39. Enter required fields • PRESS ENTER

  40. Data Code will open and list the usual information. • * NOTICE that the description for part 104992 contains the words “LEVEL1” • Tab down to the part number • TypeS • PRESS ENTER

  41. The “LEVEL 1” assembly will be listed at the top of the page. • The component parts that make up the assembly will be listed below. • Part Number • Quantity required • Effective Start / End Date • Description • TO EXIT THE LIST PRESS F2

  42. The TBB AS400 system can also be used to breakdown TBB assembled components such as door assemblies and side sash assemblies. • Log onto the TBB AS400 system, • Option 1 andPRESS ENTER • MF Press enter • PS Press enter • MF / PS Home Page appears

  43. EXAMPLE 1 TBB ASSEMBLY PART BREAKDOWN • Fill in Required Fields • PLANT • INQUIRY DISPLAY • PARENT IDENTIFICATION • ACTION • EFFECTIVITY SEARCH – Not required but highly recommended. • PRESS ENTER

  44. The component parts that make up the assembly will be listed below. • Part Number • Quantity required • Effective Start / End Date • Description • TO EXIT THE LIST PRESS F2

  45. BODY TYPE DESIGNATION CODES • BODY TYPE DESIGNATION CODES • The 4th Digit of the TBB Body Size Designation Will Determine The Unit Body Type • (This # also marks the 2nd digit of Body Modules in Unique BOM’s) • 0 = CONVENTIONAL • 1 = VISTA • 2 = MINOTOUR (NARROW BODY) • 3 = FORWARD CONTROL (ALL-STAR / OSHKOSH CHASSIS) • 4 = MIGHTY MITE FORWARD CONTROL (NARROW BODY) • 5 = SAF-T-LINER ER • 6 = MINOTOUR (WIDE BODY) • 7 = MIGHTY MITE FORWARD CONTROL (WIDE BODY) • 8 = SAF-T-LINER MVP-EF • 9 = MVP-ER • A = M-BODY • B = SCAT (GM CHASSIS) • C = CL960 • D = MOTORHOME • E = SCAT (INTERNATIONAL CHASSIS) • F = M-BODY ON REGULAR ER CHASSIS • K = TL960 • L = SINGLE REAR WHEEL MONOTOUR (SRW) • M = DUAL REAR WHEEL MINOTOUR (DRW) • P = CONVENTIONAL (FS65 CHASSIS) • R = CL100 (Daimler Chrysler Commercial Bus) • Y= HDX / NEW LOOK ER • T= SAF-T-LINER C2

  46. BODY MODULE CODES

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