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When the seat is adjusted to the stop it can destroy the fuse, though sometimes it is nothing more than the supply wiring plug being pulled from it's mating part. Most electric seats can be adjusted manually if the power fails. The vehicle owner's handbook should tell you how.
I suggest you wind it away from the stop before checking the fuses and replacing as necessary. If you find nothing or that doesn't work further investigation will be needed.
Check on the side of the seat for a manual lever. For some reason the car companies still include a manual adjustment in addition to the electric one. If any direction works with the motor then the fuse is good.
I wonder if you dont have a bad switch. I had a similar problem on my car except that it was the heated seats that would not engage... the power seat buttons all worked just fine. I changed the switch and it fixed the problem...