3772-9-10 Electronic gaming equipment maintenance, repair or other servicing standards.

(A) No electronic gaming equipment may be placed into operation at a casino facility unless the equipment is in a suitable operating condition.

(B) A casino operator shall notify the commission's gaming agents about and remove from operation any electronic gaming equipment that becomes unsuitable for operation at a casino facility.

(C) Any maintenance, repair or other type of servicing of electronic gaming equipment that is to be or has been placed into operation at a casino facility must occur in a secure location approved by the commission, including the gaming floor.

(D) A casino operator shall keep a log of electronic gaming equipment undergoing any maintenance, repair or other type of servicing.

(1) The log, at a minimum, shall include the:

(a) Name of the person(s) involved in the maintenance, repair or other type of servicing;

(b) Date and time of the maintenance, repair or other type of servicing;

(c) Areas or components of the equipment accessed; and

(d) The electronic gaming equipment's asset number of identification.

(2) The log shall be maintained in accordance with the record retention requirements contained in rule 3772-3-05 of the Administrative Code.

(3) The log shall be made available to the commission upon request.

(E) Upon completion of any maintenance, repair or other type of servicing of any electronic gaming equipment or the determination not to return the equipment to operation at a casino facility, a casino operator shall submit a written report to the commission detailing the issue with the equipment and describing either how it was resolved or why it could not be resolved.

Effective: 05/19/2012
R.C. 119.032 review dates: 05/19/2017
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 3772.03
Rule Amplifies: 3772.03