A technician who is servicing or repairing a gaming machine must ensure the machine is connected to the CMS and is operational for gambling.
If you don't ensure that the machine is communicating with the CMS, an infringement notice of $1,100 or a maximum penalty of $11,000 may apply.
If you can't fix the gaming machine or restore connection to the CMS, give the reason why on the CMS connectivity certificate.
You can order CMS connectivity certificates, approved by Liquor & Gaming NSW, using FM2012 CMS connectivity certificates order form (PDF, 691KB).
More information on the FS3022 CMS and connectivity arrangements fact sheet (PDF, 191KB)
Tax rates for gaming machines