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Test Jem wiring with multimeter

Hi folks, there's a way to check my stock Jem wirings with a multimeter through the output jack? I know that the Volume knob can change the reading since it works in parallel. Below are my values for both humbuckers

evolution bridge
di marzio says 13,84 kohm
my jem 13,61

neck
di marzio 13,04
mine 12,11

those are "in range values" or not?
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