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All electric windows will power down but not back up?

Is this a fuse? all the regulators on all windows cant go all together surely

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I would say its the switch ,is it the same from all switch's ? the fuse is USUALLY for up and down ,BUT, they may be seperate, as you say wont all go bad at the same time so have a look at fusebox the lid will have a list of the fuse functions

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