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Probably not fuse but more likely switch or wiring. If failure occurs from switch in driver's door, try switch in the door where window is not working. If it works from there, driver's switch is bad or wiring in door hinge area has a break which comes and goes.
Check the blower motor fro good connection, power and ground. Hot wire it to the battery and see if it runs. Check the blower fuse, relay, switch and resistor pack. blower and rear defrost circuits are totally unrelated.
Check your fuses first. Then check for power at the switches, and power from the switches to the respective solenoid and motor. Most likely it's fuses. Also check where the wiring runs through the door into the car for bare spots in the wiring that might have blown the fuses.
Take a test light and check for power at main switch in drivers door, as well as check /wiggle wires in loom that run between door post and door at hinge area, while pushing button, as that is always a place where wires get worn, cracked, broken from door opening & closing so much.
Likely you are looking for a 30 amp circuit breaker...(Looks like a small rectangular metal fuse) But...if the power door locks work, i don't think that it's bad (serves locks & windows) My diagrams show a bunch of diodes and resistors inside the master (drivers) door switch, but I've had a few apart and never saw any. (embedded?) Personally I don't see anything that shows me reliability built into the switch...It's a really "iffy" design (one in my niece's Jeep only works when the sun shines on the drivers door) There is also a control module associated with the windows but I've never needed to replace one and the manuals never tell you where they are! Check power at the switch and check harness where it goes through the rubber boot between the door and body. at least 80% of problems I've seen are either the switch or that wiring. Wires can be spliced and you can get a decent used switch at most scrap yards. Good luck...glad they aren't stuck down!!!
There are broken wires in the wiring harness between the frame and your driver's side door. These wires control all the windows and door locks in a 95 Jeep. Same thing happened to me. You will have to cut the rubber boot to get it off and check which wires are broken and repair them.
Use a test light to make sure you have power going to the dr. door window switch. Remove the switch panel and check. If there is no power, back probe the wire and see where it either loses it or where it starts.