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Need help with my binding

I recently bought my first setup and the bindings I got were the k2 cinch ctc. I went today and noticed the back of the binding seems to be a little loose, where you push the back up and it is supposed to be up and tight. It seems to go back a inch or so pretty easily.

On the manual it says "Increasing forward lean will create a more responsive ride from edge to edge. Whenever changing forward lean, cable tension must be adjusted as well."

I'm really new to snowboarding and not sure what forward lean means and if mine is normal or not. I'm not sure what is causing the back of the binding to feel a little loose. My degrees are 9 on each foot. Any idea. The front seems to be holding up better than my back and all the settings are the same.
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Screws on the side of the highbacks/bindings loose?


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Hmm, maybe I can go look. It came with an allen wrench so maybe I need to use that to tighen it if its loose.
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