Bought some today, had them mounted on some old belanger pros. The dude only put the dins on 5, so i clicked in on the carpet at home and as soon as I flexed the nose I double ejected, so i cranked them up to 9, which is what I ride my other skis on. Then clicked back in, flexed the nose - fine, went back on the tail and the toepiece popped off? Not the whole plate, just the triangular bit. Now I can't get the screw on the top go back into the plate.. what do I do??!
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this is why everyone here is so negative to salomon bindings.
sounds like a waranty issue, i would take them back to your shop. make sure you put the dins back to where they were.
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i have those. yeah they always put the din too low...but mine didnt pop off. i did double eject on carpet, so i jacked the din myself and tried them outside when it snowed...again double eject. so i took them in. i thought they may not be fitting flush with the boot or something. he just said "the din needs to be higher" so its at like 9 or something, when i had set it myself at 9 or something. he ran it through stress tests, it passed. and i took them to the hill, and they worked just fine...i feel like he may have done some adjustments in the backroom instead of just moving the din like not even a whole incriment at all...sneaky bastard...made me look stupid.
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