If exposed to direct sunlight African violets suffer damage. Their light requirements are quite low. You'll want to do a search on whether it is worth it to try to recoup yours or start over with new plants.
Yes, low light, lots of warmth, could try re potting (same size pot or slightly bigger) with African violet potting soil. Always let it dry out between watering. To water it's best to submerse the pot in a bowl of water, let it soak up what it wants (not too often in winter). And ya, don't let the leaves get wet. I have an African violet that is 25, maybe 30 years old inherited from my Mom. It seems to thrive on neglect.
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