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  1. Open, looking at the diagram with the red marks, to me it looks like an error in the last 2 gears, #13 at the bottom of the figure 8 belt should be and looks to be counterclockwise so #14 should be clockwise and # 15 counter clockwise causing it to open.
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  2. 311 hours in a 212 on fires for me, worked 75 days including travel over 4 tours. Was a good summer.
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  3. https://www.canada.ca/en/services/jobs/workplace/federal-labour-standards/filing-complaint.html This will cost you nothing and is not much effort. I know a person that filed a claim and got what was owed. Might take a while. Just make sure it is federal and not provincial, as we are federally regulated. Good luck, and get what you are owed. We spend enough time away from family and friends to not get compensated for our time. A good company won’t care if you made a claim against your last employer. If they do, you probably don’t want to work for them.
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  4. If you worked for it, then you are owed it. Remember, for every dime you make for the company, the boss makes a dollar. Your time, effort and labour is not a charity for a profit-making entity. If they refuse to give what is legally, but above all, ethically owed, don't be afraid to approach a labour lawyer, even on a pro-bono basis. If you are treated disrespectfully, don't be afraid to burn a bridge, and educate others about their ways, so as others don't cross a charred bridge. It is based on principle and morality. Don't think it will hinder your future chances of employment. Think of it a
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  5. Asking to be paid for something they require shouldn’t be seen as complaining nor should someone shut up about it if they aren’t being paid for it.
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