leaning 6x6 fence post

Hope you guys/girls can help me..installed cedar fence with 6x6 corner posts in concrete roughly 30" deep in Dallas, TX. Height is rouhly 7'.
It has developed a lean to one side, pulling away from the fence line,and is quite noticeable, perhaps15 degrees or so. The side it is leaning too has about 6" of ground betwenn the concrete and the curb.
This post has no stress on it other than about a 6' length of bamboo fencing, which weights hardly anything. Rest of fence is fine.
How do I get this post upright without breaking it all apart and starting over? Really would hate that.
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!/3 of the post is buried and it is still leaning? Did the concrete footing break apart?
If so, you might try propping post up until it is vertical then filling the gap with really hot concrete (quick set). You can buy it at Home Depot for about $5/bag. I think they call it Quickcrete. You pour the concrete into the hole then add water, it sets in minutes. This will fill the void that was left when you put the post vertical. You can put stress on it in four hours.

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