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How do you know it is a fuse or a relay? It could be a broken wire. It could be a faulty master switch....It could be a LOT of things....
The power window circuits need to be properly diagnosed to determine the cause of the problem.
With that said, the ONLY relay related to your power window circuits is the "auto-down" relay, which is an integral part of the driver's master switch assembly - you cannot replace it without replacing the entire switch.
There is no fuse for the power window circuits on your 1989 Toyota Celica...I guess that explains WHY you cannot find it. Your power window circuits are protected by a 30 Amp, self-resetting circuit breaker located in Junction Block #1 (in the left kick panel).
My information is from a Haynes manual for toyota celica supra 1979-1992. the wiring diagram on page 12-31 shows that the "gauge" fuse controls the window power relay. There is also a 30A "power" circuit breaker that feeds power through the relay. The gauge fuse is located under a panel on the left side of the dash on 1982-1986 models. The power window relay is located under the driver's side dash in a "kick" panel fuse box on the left outboard sidewall. The 30A "power" circuit breaker could be located in one of the two aforementioned places, in a fuse block on the passenger's side kick panel, or there is a "specialty" fuse block under the hood next to the air flow meter---the manual isn't clear on the exact location. If you can find the 30A power c.b. you may be able to reset it by pulling it out and pushing a paper clip wire through the reset hole. Reinstall and see if you get power.