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95 Toyota Camry power window fuse keeps blowing

Hi, I have a 95 Toyata Camry. The power window fuse has blown twice now.The first time it was replaced it lasted for about 2 weeks. Any ideas? Any wiring diagrams available on line?
Not sure what else is on the same circuit, everything else seems to be working.
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The window switch is stuck even if you work it with your finger and it doenst feel stuck the brass contactes are welded together on the in side of the switch try a new switch or take the one you have apart ... becarefull thu lots of springs and some sall parts inside

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