Sorry about your misfortune. A related issue to keep in mind. Never lower your rear stabilizers before you level the rig with the front jacks. I learned the hard way that with the rear stabilizers in contact with the ground, raising the trailer from the front attempts to place ALL the weight of the trailer on the front jacks because the fulcrum provided by the wheels is no longer there. Those front jacks are levelers, not jacks designed to lift the whole thing. I broke a weld on one jack and burned out the motor before I realized what I had done. This was on a 5er with mechanical jacks in front and scissor stabilizers on the rear, so I don't know if the same applies to hydraulic systems.
Former: 2007 Cardinal 30W LE
Now:2018 Arctic Fox 27-5L
2008 Ford F-250 Long Bed Diesel
Total of 30 Months on the Road Since 2008