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Shoot the new string for awhile and give it time to settle, 200-400 shots should do it ... new strings/cables stretch as part of the settling in process. Then take it into your dealer. In the mean time, keep checking the limbs for slivering by rubbing a cotton ball over them. Once in a while, inspect the riser, especially at the sharp angles of the riser cutout, and the limbs for cracks. I've had dry fired bows go 6 months before problems developed. Many bowtechs will setup the cam to be over rotated so that when the cable settles in it will be in the center of the timing window. From the picture, it doesn't look like your bowtech did that.
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