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Fridge - wiring diagram / thermostat connection

Somebody, a few weeks ago, ripped off a broken thermostat from my friend's fridge and then left all wires hanging and said that it can not be repaired (he is an idiot).

And I need to know which of the 7 wires that are sticking out there is for what ? 3 are OK (earth, Active and Neutral), but the other 4 are a puzzle :
- white and black with FEMALE 6.3 mm connector (resistance is 0.0 Ohm between them)
- 2 white with MALE 6.3 mm connector

I was not able to find a wiring diagram for this fridge (Hoover HE370TC) on internet


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