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Need wireing diagram

Fedders window unit Mod: 15cm44h-a, S/N: 18l936828
No Heat. Thermostat is closeing, Switch closes but shows 45 ohms resistance, Should be 0. Not sure if switch is bad. need wireing diagram to properly troubleshoot. Electrical element is good.
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