hey TJ lady, i find this a common occurance with my soft top, especially when i try to put the top back on when the temperature is below 70. my trick to getting it back on is to first lay the top back into its original form before you took it off. since the fabric is too tight for the latch to lock into the windshield frame, go to the back of the jeep and push the top part of the frame up and towards the front windshield for a good 10-20seconds. then try to get it locked in again. if you have a friend with ya then have them push from the back of the jeep and then you can pull the front of the top and get the latches into the frame holes. i get tired of it after a whole summer of dealing with the constant cool nights and night driving up here. its 73 outside right now and on any normal summer day the top would be down, but i just don't want to deal with the problem of putting it back up haha. the hard is gonna be on this weekend. GL
oh it also helps that the back corners and window flaps are not secured to the frame. my way that i just discribed works when the corners are still in bc it'll stretch the fabric. i sometimes don't care to take the soft top down properly like you see in the videos on youtube.