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Do you have a test light so we can do a little testing on the circuit?
Ok, that usually indicates a power issue to the master switch itself. Sometimes the wire to the master door switch breaks and then there isn't any power to any of the windows. They get power from the accessory delay relay. So, if the other accessories are working, like the radio or the wipers, things that work with the key on, a fuse is not the issue. This sounds like it's possible the impact could have finished off a wire that was breaking.
If you can open the harness from the body to the driver side door and look for a broken grey/yellow stripped wire and repair it, it should solve the problem.
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One fuse and one circuit breaker controls the windows. All the power goes from the main window switch out to the other switches. This is how the window lock is able to work.