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Need wiring diagram

I have model AH16x20ba Coleman Heat Pump and am in need of the wiring diagram for the Controller Board, etc.

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Here would be the hook ups that are needed. at the air handler
r-red
g-green
c-common
w1/w2/aux-white (DEPENDS ON WHAT TYPE OF SYSTEM YOIU HAVE)

then these are what goes to the outside unit
y-ylw
o- org/or b-blue
c-white
r-red
personally contact me if yopu still have questions. thanks

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