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Power windows are inop

Mother-in-law's 2004 explorer awd; all windows are inoperable and she doesn't have the owner's manual... I'm sure it's a fuse but which one do I need to check for power windows?

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There is a switch on the drivers side that will make all windows inoperable its for child proof .Its with the rest of the windows switches

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