4.6.3 Retest. Whenever reliability assurance test results
require corrective action by the contractor, a retest sample shall
be selected in accordance with 4.6 except that the sample shall be
selected from the first 10 mounts produced subsequent to
implementation of the corrective action. The retest sample shall
be subjected only to the reliability test(s) which revealed the
22.214.171.124 Inspection after retest. Inspection of the sample
after retest shall be conducted by the Government and shall be in
accordance with 126.96.36.199, "Final Acceptance Inspection", except
characteristics 108 of Table I, 301 thru 304 of Table II.
Reappearance of the previous defect(s), 4.6.2, may be cause for
the Government to prescribe mandatory process corrective action
by the contractor at no additional cost to the Government.
4.7 Methods of inspection.
188.8.131.52 Storage and operating temperatures. The mount shall
be subjected to one cycle of temperature variations in accordance
with Table III. Upon completion of Sequence 1 and 4 soak periods
(Storage), the mount shall be visually and actually examined tO
insure conformance with requirements of 3.7.1. Upon completion of
Sequence 2 and 4 soak periods (Operating), the mount shall be
visually and tactually examined to assure conformance with
requirements of 3.9. Following completion os Sequence 3 and 5
soak periods (Room Temp.) the mount shall meet all the require-
ments of 3.8 through 3.9.
TABLE III. Temperature cycle.