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On some older cars the washer motor circuit is tied into the wiper circuit, so the large fuse or relay for the wipers also controls the washer motor.
Don't know about your car, but you could take the connector off your washer motor and check for power there, when someone holds the washer pump switch on, and key on.
omi n opa, I have never heard of a fusible link that controls everything but in the engine compartment there is a fuse box usually called a power distribution box. Look for a 100 amp fuse that is connected by a large wire on each side. Check the fuse as this will cause all power to be lost in the vehicle. Replace fuse if blown, if not then please, with my apologies, resubmit your question. Good luck with this.
This could be a couple differant things, First it could be in the linkage that operates the wiper arms. these are located under the cowl of the car. they will be the bars that connect the wiper motor to the wipers. It could also be in the wiper motor it self id the gears in the unit have broken it will also cause this issue.