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Hyunia Accent head lights are out and only one high beam will wor

My 2003 Hyundia accent was working fine last night when my husband came home from work. This morning her got up and turned the car on and the head lights were not working.. when he turned on the high beams only one worked... Does anyone know what could have caused this probmlem

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