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You will need to get the stress off both sides so it can be put back in place. Don't try to force it. Attach a photo to your post so I can see what it looks like and I can offer more here. All follow ups are included in our fee.
You will probably have to loosen some of the bolts and perhaps the mounting on the other side as you probably have this in a bind now and you have to take what has to be loosened up in order to free it up and then you can replace the bushing. You can't the way it is. A photo of this would be very helpful so I can see what you have there.
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Kind of..........but, not clearly. That is the side that came loose? I think it you can take the motor loose, you can work this around to get it back to where it needs to be, but both sides have to be free to move.
Are you in a campground or at home? Any chance there is a mobile tech in that area that can come and give you some assistance? If there are no parts needed, this shouldn't take too long to fix. If something is broken or bent, then that may be a different story.
Do you know whose product this is? That would help me here..........
Sorry for the delay..........I went out for dinner. These are made by several companies..........let me see what I can find.
Check this attached video link and tell me if this is your model...........https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RaOH_AHdrUg
I am attaching a link to a blog at IRV2 on these problems..........first one I have heard of, but apparently they are having issues. I don't find any kind of repair manual online. Check with your RV park and see if they have a good mobile tech who can come and assist you that is knowledgeable and reasonable.
Every now and then we get a new issue here that we just haven't seen yet and without any documention we are not always able to resolve them. I will opt out of this and let another tech offer something if they are able.