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Help with Incorrect Plan Date for a Preventative Maint Order

Hi Experts -- I have a Maintenance Plan that is supposed to be on a 9 month cycle with a 1.11 cycle modification factor in an attempt to make this a 10 month cycle. The last work order on this plan was completed on 11/1/12, and therefore I would expect the next one to be due approximately 10 months from that date. The problem is that the system shows the next plan date to be 2/9/13 which would only be about a 3 month cycle. Can you please tell me why this schedule appears to be working incorrectly?

Thanks!

Doug

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    Posted on Nov 18, 2012 at 03:56 AM

    Please attach some supporting documents.

    1. Maintenance Plan cycle
    2. Maintenance Plan scheduling parameters
    3. Scheduling screen (IP30 / IP10)
    4. Call objects screen
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  • Posted on Nov 18, 2012 at 12:03 PM

    Doug,

    If this is a strategy based plan, then check your task list doesn't have additional packages (i.e. not 9M cycle)

    PeteA

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    Posted on Nov 20, 2012 at 06:45 AM

    Hi Doug,

    I have tried this scenario, as per my observations in maintenance plan Scheduling screen the system is skipping the next Plan date which is to be 06.11.2012 and giving the next plan date as 02.09.2013.

    Please see the below screen .

    If you create this with single cycle plan then the system is planning for correct date as per our cycle modification factor.

    Can any one please explain this why system is behaving like this in strategy based plan.


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