The IC3600SOTG1 is featured in the Mark I and Mark II series created by General Electric. The IC3600SOTG1 has fifteen small half-circle black transistors. The transistors amplify or change electrical power or electronic signals. The IC3600SOTG1 has two square orange capacitors which hold energy in an electrical field for later use. The IC3600SOTG1 has over sixty light blue resistors with colored stripes. These resistors restrict a certain amount of energy which can be determined by an equation that corresponds with the color code for the stripes on the resistors. The IC3600SOTG1 has four Potentiometers or Variable Resistors which work just like the other resistors except for the amount of energy the Variable Resistors restrict can be determined by the worker turning a knob through the holes on the faceplate. The IC3600SOTG1 has over seventy male terminal prongs. These metal male prongs go out in two layers horizontally and two layers vertically. The metal male terminal points connect the IC3600SOTG1 into the existing setup. The IC3600SOTG1 has three red colored terminals on the front of the faceplate. On the back of each terminal is three white wires that attach to the circuit board. Each piece of the IC3600SOTE1 is labeled with an alphanumeric code. The metal prongs are labeled five through fifty-one (5-51) in five-degree intervals.
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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.