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Loose/wobbly ski binding break

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead

One of my marker griffon binding breaks is wobbly - it holds the ski fine as it is intended, but the other ski's break is firm. Curious as I know the heel/break part can be replaced, but is it recommended to do so? Looking at the unit, it won't put stress on the heel part of the binding, but potentially the heel plate. I'm wondering if the steel legs of the breaks were probably loosened due to a collision with another skier I had.

I've probably done a shite job at describing it, so can attach a video if that'd be more helpful? Smile
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Sounds like either the brake is broken (in which case moving one side wouldn't move the other), or something that holds it in place is broken or loose (in which case moving one side would move the other). Either way, I'd suggest taking it to a ski shop to look at. If you take it in when they're not busy (i.e. not during the weekend), they should be able to diagnose the issue
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