Look at the string suppressor bracket to see if it lines up with the string. If it is pointing in the same direction as your cam then chances are your limb is twisted and you will need another one. If you are the original owner of the bow it should be covered. If it does line up with the string, then you need to look at the bearings or the axle.
There should be a slight amount of lean in the cam (due to the cables and roller guard applying pressure to one side of the cam), however, if there is excessive lean, the bearings may need replaced and like said above, if you are the original owner, Mathews will swap out the cam for a new one.
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