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How to fold down the back to a burton p1 binding

I want to adjust the strap, but can't lower the back to get to the other screw. Any tips?

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They lock into the bottom of the bindings but they should just snap forward.Look for a small lock on the back o the bindings(like a clip) if there isnt one but they wont fold with just pressure take a phillips screwdriver and loosen the two screws on either side that hold the backplate up. They should fold easier then.

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