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check for power at the wiper motor if you have power when the switch is activated if you have power there the motor needs to be replaced. if you have no power change the fuse and check again for power when the wiper switch it activated there is a relay that will cut out if the wiper is frozen to the window but unlikely that this will be your problem 9 times out of 10 the motor is gone.
Nut came loose and now has stripped the cone shaped wiper blade driver. replace the cone and replace the wiper in the correct plase and tighten the nut down. If the wiper does not work make sure the wiper blade is not stripped as well.