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Refurbishment Order - MIGO and IW8W


Reference to my earlier thread on "Settlement of Refurbished Order - Error" which has been answered.

In addition to this answered discussion on, i have a query:

When we do GR using IW8W, the Reclaimed or Refurbished qty is increased by 1 ( or whatever delivered).

1. Now if an Order was made with the Defective material and few non-stock materials that were required for its refurbishment, then those materials were also send to Vendor (thus PR and PO against Order was made).

2. When the refurbished material was received back from Vendor by Warehouse then MIGO was done against the PO to pay the Vendor and settle the cost to Order, this resulted in increase of Refurbished material by the qty received.

3. I am confused as executing MIGO and IW8W would both double the qty received. Which tcode should be used or in what ways?

I hope i was able to explain my query.



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  • Posted on Jan 14, 2016 at 05:28 AM


    I got one doubt from your query, how you perform the process of sending the Non-Stock materials to vendor for refurbishment process?



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  • Posted on Jan 14, 2016 at 05:44 AM

    Hi Faisal,

    Your scenario falls like External Refurbishment process / Sub-Contractcing. Refer below link for info

    External Refurbishment Process | SCN

    It will be good, if you discuss this with MM consultant, they can provide more visibility on this



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    • Faisal Khan Pardhasaradhi Reddy Chelikam

      These are old Orders against which GR done using MIGO and cost payments made to vendors. They are stuck at Settlement point (KO88)

      As these are few, we may plan to close these Orders but in future, if using IW8W to receive material, the how to pay vendor as PO created and vendor send back the material?

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