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2004 Ford Explorer electric windows do not work, I have checked the Fuses, as was described in an earlier email on this issue, I have 12 volt power to the Bl/Bk wire. I have checked the child safety switch in both directions. Do the other three doors switches read back to the master switch, or should they work anyway if the master quits, I have power to them? It is not fuses It is not a broken Bl/Bk wire

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