One of the most common mistakes I hear techs make is confusing Zero ohms with infinite ohms.
If there is a perfect path it would have zero ohms (which isn’t actually possible unless you happen to be testing a superconductor).
If there is no path, the circuit has infinite ohms.
Often when I ask what ohm reading a tech is getting they will say “none”…
None could easily mean zero or infinite so it’s important to clarify.
Zero ohms = shorted / closed / directly connected
Infinite ohms = open/ no path