My question started (the biggest problem) well, I'll paste it here:
[ 1995 Chevy Blazer 4wd 4 dr S10.Vortec. Power seat (driver's) wont work at all, including lumbar & other buttons. Locks DID work with key sensor, but not by using auto lock buttons on the doors), b4 I pulled the PWR ACCY large metal /yellow fuse. THEN NOTHING worked until I replaced the same fuse, at which point my key sensors could now open the door locks.] My primary concern is fixing the power seat--fuse doesn't seem to be bad, tho, unless I neglected to "Trip" something in fusebox. Did I? Do I actually need to go into seat control panel mounted on bottom of driver's seat. Check & follow all wires? I'm assuming that remedying this should take care of my faulty power door locks(that I can only operate them from key sensor/remote).
so, you agree the fuse is fine
And will this fix door locks? Also, are you suggesting that half the fuse could be good & half not? Can that happen?
I MADE A MISTAKE PRESSING 'ACCEPT ANSWER'. I don't accept answer until the questions in my original question are answered, or attempt is made.