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You could have a few different problems. If you still hear the motor running the gears could have broken. If you dont hear the motor then the switch could be bad or fuse but if the other window are working it isnt the fuse. The motor could be so bad that it doesnt even respone. You would have to take out the motor and put 12 volts to it and see if it moves if not go to the junk yard or ebay.

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