Yes, you can fix this. You've stretched or pulled the cable out of the whiffle tree a little bit. What year is the Bayport? I don't know your specific model, but Fleetwood built the lift systems quite similarly.
And thanks to you , I went home and measured the height at each post on my new-to-me PUP, and found as much as 1" differences. Probably nothing to worry about, but I'm a stickler for such things...will be addressing this myself.
By the way Rob, here we don't call them Oops. PopUp have their own special name for mistakes. We call them SPUT's for stupid pop up tricks.
This coming from a charter member of the SPUT club. I made my first just over 40 years ago.
Favorite one, well to the DW, was when I was crouched down to empty the fridge and the DW decided to help and pushed/ramed the front bunk in. When I woke up I had a cut, lump the size of a small egg, and a headache bad enough I couldn't drive.
That's the day she learned how to drive towing a trailer.
Anything possibly requiring stitches, band-aids, antibiotic ointment, ice packs, Tylenol, (your choice of pain reliever), ambulance rides, hospitalization, therapy and/or apologies from someone, is more than just a SPUT. Kind of like a back-SPUT to the face.