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If I have a “part” or “component” that I believe is not significant, but it is not specified in paragraph (b)(2), can I rely on paragraph (b)(2) to ‘release’ the “part” or “component?”



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No, only those “parts” or minor “components” (e.g., nut plate) identified in paragraph (b)(2) can be ‘released’ under (b)(2). The “part” or “component,” in question, however, may still be ‘released’ from “specially designed” if it meets the criteria of another ‘release’ under paragraph (b) (i.e., (b)(1), (b)(3), (b)(4), (b)(5) or (b)(6)).

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