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Could be a bad switch contact, a bad motor, or bad wiring to/through the door. Look really closely at the wiring in the door jamb. You may need to pull the rubber boot back (I can't recall if an 80 has a boot over the wires or not, since the only electrical thing in the door was the mirrors...) Look really closely at the wires for cuts or breaks. Try swapping in a known good switch. After that, you'll need a meter and to take the mirror off to check that you're getting power at the mirror socket in the door.
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