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The Window that only rolls part way down, the stop for low position has moved apparently and must be manually reset. The other that won't move at all, your correct in checking the power to it. Pull the panels to access them.
remove door panel and have a look ,nothing to lose haveing a look but i think the mechanism is worn or the metal bar on the bottom of the glass has corroded away but unless you have a look to see whats wrong i cannot tell you what to do
I am not exactly sure on this model but most of the time the power windows on the front doors go down all the way. I would check the right passenger side door if it goes all the way down, then most likely the drivers side door should also. Usually the rear windows go down and stop an inch from being all the way down.
Some cars are set up to lower the front windows only an inch then by pressing the window down button again, they will continue to roll all the way down.
You will need to remove your interior trim panel and check your window regulator for damage and for power going to your window motor. If your regulator is ok and you have power going to the motor then you have a bad window motor. If there is no power at the motor then you will need to check the circuit for the problem ie. blown fuses, broken wiring, bad switch. It is very commen for the motors to go bad. Good luck.