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First check your fuse panel. Other than that...Perhaps moisture has gotten in the door panel and messed with the connection. I would take the panel off and investigate..make sure everything is plugged in.
Unless you've been inside the doors and made repairs like this before..you're better off to take the car to a authorized garage....believe me on this one..the money you spend will be well worth the hair pulling you're gonna do trying to do it yourself.
The first thing that I would do is check for electricty at the motors them sel and work your way back.If there is elec. at the window motor it's self susspect a motor problem.Remove the motor to see if it spins (but it dosen't me its good it could be week)next check for binding in the window mecanism.