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Rome 390...again. ??s

Hey, I need to know, has anyone had a problem with the forward lean adjuster slipping over the baseplate in the 390? I just set mine up, dialed in the highback angles and I can push it back over the heelcup with hand pressure, this completely negates the forward lean!!! This is not at all cool!!! I am not pleased!!

If I was not clear, the forward lean adjuster slips over the heelcup!!
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Hey, I need to know, has anyone had a problem with the forward lean adjuster slipping over the baseplate in the 390? I just set mine up, dialed in the highback angles and I can push it back over the heelcup with hand pressure, this completely negates the forward lean!!! This is not at all cool!!! I am not pleased!!

If I was not clear, the forward lean adjuster slips over the heelcup!!
I presume it slips 'inside' the heel cup? In that case, check that the highback attachment/hinge bolts are in the correct holes and the highback is not sitting too far forward. It is easy to mess this up when rotating the highbacks.
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Close. exactly the opposite, it flexes and slips putside the heel cup. I have to set the highback about 1/2" away from the heelcup to make it stop.
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