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Headlamp wash not working

I have a CLK 270CDI 2003, and I tried to use the headlamp wash the other day but nothing happens.I do not hear a noise, and the flaps on the bumper do not open at all.

I know the car is fitted with headlamp wash, I have used it before.
Any help would be welcome

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