Yes; hopefully the shop (I would be shocked if they did not) reviewed and set your forward pressure adjustment at the time of the DIN setting. Therefore, please take note of the current position in the display. If not centered as outlined earlier take it back in with your boot and have them make the corrections in your presence.
However the larger question remains; has forward pressure adjustment solved your initial problem of boot disengagement? If not, address with the shop by actually stepping in and out and/or ping back here.
FWIW, the Axial2 is a great binding with some real positive engineering improvements that actually can be felt and enjoyed with increased energy transmission with wider skis and performance as I can attest with my 140 Ti Pro’s. However, as there is always a catch, with this binding the attachment screws need to be examined periodically with spring and tracks lubricated annually.