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It can happen with any string ... it is a matter of getting the string and cable tensions balanced. It sounds like the string and cable have crept and the string is out of balance between the upper and lower half, especially if the bowtech twisted only the cable to bring the cam into time and didn't correct the string creep as well. This article addresses what you can do now without tools.
Take a pair of needle nosed pliers, insert into the D-Loop, open the pliers as hard as you can. This should tighten the D-Loop knots so that they don't move easily. Since you are into bow season, you won't want to start working on the string/cable tensions, bow specs, cam timing, etc. since you'll end up having to retune and then broadhead tune again. If the bow is shooting broadheads OK, just tighten the D-Loop and adjust it to keep the peep square at full draw ... if that doesn't pan out, then another fix is to retie the peep in using the Fletcher method. You can correct peep alignment at full draw by sliding the upper and lower knots on the string either closer or farther away.
Get the string and cable tensions even and the upper and lower half of the string in balance after bow season ... FWIW, that's what I'd do.
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