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10 kw heat with 2 speed fan

I am going to HVACR classes and studding for a test . and i realy need a wiring diagram for a 10 kw heater with 2 speed fan . I have to build it on a board i know i need a T-stat, a transformer, 2 heat sequencers, 2 relay switches, and 4 lights , like i say this is just like a project not a real heater , i just nees to show the wiring work . if you can help me out i will be for ever in debt to you .
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