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With click bindings on ski's or snowboards it's best to take to authorized service because if you adjust the release to work with to much or to little pressure your gonna end up dropping into a powder run and instantly losing your skis or getting hurt when they don't release under lot's of pressure plus it's based on factor's such as your weight. But you might be able to hit up the service tech to show you how to adjust them yourself so you don't have to pay, and you could probably find a manual on-line but I'm recommending to go to the tech.

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Your bindings have a "sliding yoke" system which means that a plate is screwed to the board using four screws and the the binding is mounted to the plate. Once this is done you can loosen the allen key and move the binding around on top of the plate to get your final placement.

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