Sharepoint FOundation 2013 List problem

I am not sure what happened, but suddenly I cant seem to edit any lists even though I am in the owners group.  The options is greyed out as if I dont have permission?  Help!  I should have full permissions!
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Pankaj ParmarCommented:
Are other user who has full or contribute permission able to edit the list or all user has the issue?

If you are the only user who has the issue then try to log out and login back again, may be your password is expired, a/c is locked.

Are you to edit anything else other lists?

Also, can you share screen-shot?
snyperjAuthor Commented:
I can edit 'some' lists but should be able to edit all.  Other users that are also in the full list also cannot edit lists they should be able to edit,
Pankaj ParmarCommented:
can you share screen-shot so that I may help you out.
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Rainer JeschorCommented:
Do the lists have unique permissions?
Perhaps someone "played" around with the permission levels.

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Walter CurtisSharePoint AEDCommented:
As a continuation of Rainer's and other comments, check the permissions of various users to determine if you do indeed have the edit or contribute permission needed to edit lists.

Try this:

How to check a user's permissions of a list.

Go to the list that needs to be checked.
In the list ribbon go to the list tab, then click on the icon "List Settings"
Once in list settings, click on "Permissions for this list"
Again from the ribbon, go to the permissions tab and click on the icon "Check Permissions"
A window will open that can be used to enter the user name that you want to check permissions for.
Once the name is entered in click on "Check Now" and the results will display in an additional window.
Hope that helps...
snyperjAuthor Commented:
Close, what happened was the ability to select items was turned off in all views which made editing impossible.
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