The 193X701ARG01 is a component in the 193x series by General Electric or GE. This device is a printed circuit board or PCB. The 193X701ARG01 is what is known as a discrimination board.
At the top of the 193X701ARG01, there is a large metal plate. A large metal handle is sitting at the bottom of the plate. This handle may be used to move the circuit board. The top half of this plate is blue with grey writing and the bottom is grey. The part number 193X701ARG01 is printed at the top left corner of the PCB. On the right side of the 193X701ARG01, the words BALANCE ADJUST is written above a knob which can be adjusted. This plate also contains the GE symbol at the top right corner. Three (3) large inductors or coils are placed on the 193X701ARG01. These inductors are made up of coils of wire which are surrounded by fabric. Two (2) are paired together close to the lower edge and the third is placed above these two in between them. Each of the inductors is attached to the surface of the board with black wires. A large metal piece is situated above each inductor. At the top of the 193X701ARG01, there is a small resistor which is covered in red and black bands. One (1) more resistor like this is situated on the left side of the 193X701ARG01. At the bottom of the 193x circuit board in the center is a group of four (4) light grey resistors. These resistors are arranged in a square formation. They are labeled with the initials I1, I2, I3, and I4.