The IC3600SLPA1 is produced by General Electric for their Mark I and Mark II series. The IC3600SLPA1 has three dark blue Variable Resistors also called Potentiometers. The Variable Resistors are used to restrict energy flow by a worker with a small knob on the front. The IC3600SLPA1 has nearly thirty banded resistors. These banded resistors correspond with a code to determine the amount of energy restriction. The IC3600SLPA1 has thirteen square red capacitors and two yellow capacitors. Capacitors create an energy field that stores additional energy for the circuit board to use at a later time. The IC3600SLPA1 has six integrated circuits. Integrated circuits are broken into two groups known as EEPROM and EPROM. The EEPROM holds the programming data and cannot be altered. The other group known as EPROM holds programming data as well but these can be updated as new programs become available. The IC3600SLPA1 has two red LEDs (light emitting diodes). The IC3600SLPA1 also has a series of about twenty diodes which are used to direct energy in one direction through it. The IC3600SLPA1 has one silver circular transistor and five small black transistors. Transistors amplify and alter electronic signals or electrical power. The IC3600SLPA1 has seventy-seven metal prongs that are known as male terminals. These terminals go vertically and horizontally. These male terminal ports are used to attach the IC3600SLPA1 to the existing unit.
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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.