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K so my bindings are fucked...
So i was skiing yesterday afternoon and i hit a small natural feature and did a little one off of it, i started to lean forward a little more than i was comfortable with so i leaned back and stomped my heels into the ground. That caused my heelpiece on one of my skis to actually come off of the binding plate and make me eat shit. I do not know much about bindings and i do not pretend to..i was wondering is there any way i could fix it, the guy at the shop on the hill said that i needed some screwey spingy thing in the heelpiece that wasnt there. Thanks for your help in advance
which binding on which ski?????
might be a manufacturer defect..
Its a 06/07 marker m10 eps mounted to a 06/07 k2 silencer
check if warranty can cover it................... if they cant...................... go to a pro shop see what they suggest................. ........ im pretty sure that warranty should save ur ass..........
+k good luck bud..
damn that sucks... but, i would check for a manufacturer defect^, and go to your local shop and ask what to do...
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Alright thanks guys..i messaged marker and they have yet to reply, so now i pose this question, do they have good customer service?
years ago when i was busting my old crappy markers, i would just go back into the shop i bought the bindings form and tell them what happebed, and they would hook it up with a new set of bindings.
Similar thing happened to me at the beginning of last season (Jan '08) and they were warrantied fine. Took me 6 months to get my ski's back again but part of that was likely due to me not being in the country. This was through the shop I bought them at so direct will probably be better.
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