There’s nothing to help here. You just have to read and learn more about how LN works.
Funds will be returned to your onchain wallet when the release grace time is over.
You can check it by command line, see the troubleshooting manual it is explained there.
this happened to me exactly. the channels have been closed for months and I still don’t have any of the fund back into that wallet. I know my back is correct because when this happened to me a few months ago I was able to recover the funds that were sitting in my wallet before the crash.
I was in the same situation as you, I had just aezeed lnd seed with all the balance in 1 channel. After my request, remote node force-closed that channel, but the funds weren’t returned or foundable in any wallet I have tested (blixt, sparrow, bluewallet…), even though tx had 2000 confirmations. After some research, I discovered that funds must be swept from the address.
I was able to do this with the help of chantools: __github.com/lightninglabs/chantools (remove prefix “_”…just some “number of URLs in post” kinda limitation from umbrel) This should work only if your channel was created by lnd v0.8.0-beta or higher approx. after 2019-10, due to SAFU commitments. If you had a really old channel, other commands like this one could help: _github.com/lightninglabs/chantools/blob/master/doc/chantools_rescueclosed.md, but here it will not be that easy and you will probably need commit_point from last channel state.
I would run this command without --publish first just to ensure, there is some unspent UTXO
5. past your seed (+passphrase or just press enter if you have not used it)
6. chantools will scan addresses. If there is some unspent utxo, you will be able to send it to some other address with the use of parameter --publish