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what color is the wire..it may be a memory lead..yellow or orange..some even have a power wire to the antenna so it will raise when the power is turned on..also may check the switches inside the unit that work with the eject part of the system..
I really doubt the problem is a fuse. More likely the pump is defective or plugged or the washer switch is defective, use a test light and problem the connector to see if it lights when the washer is activated by the switch. If it was a fuse it will just blow again. Fuses blow for reason that is a shorted circuit.