Ok last fall I bought a 2000 Jayco Eagle 12UDST for my son and I to go camping in. When I bought it the guy I got it from said the passenger side front corner "didn't work well" and he had a post he used to prop up that corner after the roof was up. Then on my son and I's first and only trip out last year when we were cranking the roof up we heard a loud pop and since then the drivers side rear corner did not go up. So I basically had two working corners lifting up the roof. Well I was leery of working on the lift system myself and long story short the local Jayco dealer didn't want to work on it, so I was on my own. I did some looking around and figured that the cables were broke so I ordered a set of them. This past weekend I decided that I would start trying to find access to all of the corners and get the lay of the land. So I started removing some screws and got access to the winch and to the block where the four cables were supposed to be connected to the eye bolts, but this with what I found.... As you can see the eye bolts are stretched open and only two cables are connected and there is one that is complete broke off which I found in the corner by the winch. So I dug around in the corner opposite of the winch and found the other two cable with their loops intact. So after a trip to my local Tractor Supply for new eye bolts I got all of the cables reattached and now all four corners are working like a champ. The one cable I had to put a link in because I think that cable broke and someone didn't replace it they just re-crimped it which made it short. So it cost me $7 to fix the lift system. I still have the new cables coming which I'm just going to keep in case one does break. All in all it was a simple fix with the hardest part was getting access to drivers side rear corner that had cabinets and the furnace hiding the cables and such.