The IC3600SOSG1 is a circuit board created by General Electric for the Mark I and Mark II series. The IC3600SOSG1 has two small circular silver transistors, four small black transistors, and two large silver surrounded by a black metal cage. The IC3600SOSG1 has two dark blue Variable Resistors (Potentiometers) that are used to adjust the energy flow. The IC3600SOSG1 also has sixteen resistors with small bands on them. These resistors restrict energy as well but cannot be adjusted. To determine the amount of energy they can restrict one can use the colors of the stripes that correspond with a universal code and equation to determine it. The IC3600SOSG1 has three dark red square capacitors, one circular red capacitor, two small yellow capacitors, two large yellow capacitors, three large orange capacitors, and one small black capacitor. The IC3600SOSG1 has over fifty metal male terminal ports. These terminal ports are used to connect the IC3600SOSG1 with other circuit boards in the system. Each component on this circuit board is individually labeled with its own unique alphanumeric code. The emblem for General Electric and where the circuit board was manufactured is stamped into the circuit board as well.
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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.