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Maybe electrical problems, but not sure.

1998 Ford 150 Mark III. one at a time the following have quit working and I cannot find a solution. Right head light out (not a bulb problem) interior lights out, rear heat/air condtioner fan quit working; vcr/tv quite working. We have checked fuses, but they seem to be ok. What should I do.

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