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Problems with loose shelf part of roof mechanism

After I forgot to remove a pillow from the rear windshield shelf and tried to take down the roof there has been a problem with the shelf behind the rear seat. The shelf consists of two parts, one of them hidden in the trunk and pointing down when roof is up. The left side mounting of this part of the shelf has come loose so that the shelf hangs a little more down on the left side when roof is up. I have been able to take up and down the roof with some tinkering with the shelf, but it feels awkward and risky. Nothing seems to have been broken though. Any hints of how I should proceed to push the parts back in place or otherwise mend this myself, or should I just visit a car repair centre to avoid further damage?

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UNFORTUNATELY, yes.(actually it should be relatively cheap to sort out,depending on any damage)

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