There is a fuse on that model, shown as number 6 in the diagram at the link below, mounted on the electronic control.
I suspect that fuse has opened and will need to be replaced. Access is gained by removing the screws along the top edge of the inner door panel and the top two on the sides. The control panel will then pull down to allow access for replacement. Be sure to turn the breaker off before removing any screws! Also, be sure to follow the directions with the new fuse and install all parts with the kit, that is very important!
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