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Turn the key on, open the hood, remove the washer reservoir cap, and listen to it while another commands the washer pump. If you hear hum or moan noise then the pump is working. Remove the line to the washer jets and try it again to see if it sprays. If it does then use compressed air to blow air backwards through the jets to clean them out. Rarely is a fuse to blame in this case, it normally the switch or pump. Try the previous steps and let me know the results.
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