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Refurbishment procedure

Hi Guys,

As I had gone thru the forum I understand the process to some extent and please correct me if I am wrong in the below steps.

Valuation category should be configured in material master and it shd be assigned in account assignment in valuation class.

Also in PM config we need to flag the refurbishment option for PM04 order type

Then we need to make sure whether PlgoodsIss and unplgoodsIss has been checked in goods movement documentation so that serial number will be visible at the time of doing Iw8w.

1. Materials should have the serial number assigned to it which we can create thru IQ01.

Also we need to assign the valuation type in batch equipment view

2. Then as per the process...since we need to dismantle the equipment ..we will do IE4N .

3.Then we will create the refurbishment order thru Iw81 and will do the repair

4. If any spare parts required to repair ..we will issue by doing MIGO.

4. Once repair is done..we will do IW8w GR to put them back in store

5.COst will get settled to the material.

Where we need to change the C3 to C2 as it was repaired?

moreover i dont see any objects option in my refurbishment order.

Pls clarify these tow things and also let me know my steps are ok to proceed.

Vijay

Vijay

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    Posted on Oct 15, 2008 at 04:11 AM

    Dear Vijay,

    If you have selected your order type as refurbishment then after entering in IW81 you will have to field certain mandatory field.

    1- Valuation Type From C3 To C2

    2-Storage Location

    3-Plant

    4-No. of quantity

    These are also necessary setting for refurbishment process apart from you have written.

    Regards,

    Kaushal Rai

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    • my assumption was that the material was issued out of stock, and back into stock at the same cost. This may not be the case...

      If you are using the "typical" SAP example of C1 (new), C2 (refurbished) and C3 (defective), then all of these can have different prices.

      But in principal, these nothing stopping you issuing a C2 or C3 back to C1...

      The main point I was trying to make is that the new moving average price is applied to all items in stock. There's no way of making a single material a different price to the others withing the same plant/sloc/batch (even with serial numbers).

      PeteA

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    Posted on Oct 16, 2008 at 02:58 AM

    Hi Vijay,

    You can verify the Master batch, Stock batch and Stroge locations fieds in Ser Data tab of Equipment master were updated to C3 and respective SLoc after Goods receipt. Then only the refurbishment order will accept From Batch & To Batch fields.

    Regards,

    senthil m

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    Posted on Oct 15, 2008 at 03:28 AM

    HI Vijay,

    1.refurbishment can only be carried for one material per order and the components tab suggests that if you need any other internal material for refurbishment.

    regards

    pushpa

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  • Posted on Oct 15, 2008 at 03:44 AM

    hi

    while creating the refurbishment order itself you can specify from which condition you are refurbishing to which condition ie from C3 to C2

    Also while making IW8W you the specified To valuation category will be copied

    regards

    thyagarajan

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    Posted on Oct 22, 2008 at 02:10 PM

    Thanks a lot for all your answers

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