The 531X139APMALG2 is a circuit board manufactured by General Electric. The 531X139APMALG2 has one hundred and twenty-six resistors. Some of these resistors have colored strips. These strips allow the engineer to determine how much energy that resistor can convert into heat and get rid of. The 531X139APMALG2 has thirty-five Integrated Circuits (IC, microchip, chip). The Integrated Circuits contain all the programming data for the 531X139APMALG2 to function. Integrated Circuits are also split into a smaller subgroup EPROM if programmable and EEPROM if they are not programmable. The 531X139APMALG2 has one-hundred and twenty capacitors. Capacitors create electronic fields to store energy for the circuit board. The 531X139APMALG2 has two green plastic towers with six metal screws on the top. These towers are used to connect additional wires to the circuit board. The 531X139APMALG2 has three male terminal ports that use wire ribbon harnesses that connect to other circuit boards. The 531X139APMALG2 has four small blue squares that are known as Potentiometers or Variable Resistors. The Variable Resistors can be adjusted by the white flat head top to control how much energy can pass through them. You see Variable Resistors every day like the volume knob on the radio in your house or car or light the light dimmer in your house.
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*General Electric has provided the initial technical support. The staff at AX Control recommends referring to the original manufacturer's manual for safety procedures and instruction on how to install the part.
**Each circuit board is shipped in an anti-static sleeve.