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Please Help - Nordica Adv ski bindings trouble shooting

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
Please help. I got ahead of myself after watching a couple of youtube videos and stried to adjust my binding length myself. In doing so, I unscrewed 2 screws I shouldnt have on the front binding (Nordica Adv system bindings) and now the screws wont "bite" back in, so the front section slides along the rail. I'm thinking that there might have been some sort of nut on the other side that they fastened to that is now floating around maybe?
Does anyone have any experience with this?

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