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Door group window switch E320Cdi 2003

How can I find out that my door group window switch on my Mercedes E320cdi 2003 is faulty. Have checked the wires and there is power up to the switch, but nothing works Thanks

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Remove a switch that works and put it in place of the faulty one, if it works ...then you know it will take a new switch.

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