Are Slot machines designed in such a way that they are tamper-proof to both the casino and the players?

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Slot machines are created and designed in such a way that they are tamper-proof to player and casinos. In land-based casinos, the slot screen and cabinets act as the Faraday cage that disperses ground electrical signals and disperses electricity, which prevents electrical signals from outside the cabinet to interfere with the mechanical processes of the slot machine. The screen is coated in an electrically conductive chemical, it is connected to the metal cabinet to enable conductivity between the screen and the machine.

The EPROM of slot machines are tested and programmed in the factory before it is placed inside the machine, each is fitted with an evident sticker securing it. The chip is reprogrammable by using an ultraviolet light and therefore it would need removal from the machine to be reprogrammed and this process is only allowable when a gaming authority is present. The slot reels are fitted with sensors sensitive enough to detect any extra movements so anyone attempting to change the reels manually will cause an error to the display and any winning on the LCD screen will be annulled as the display instantly turns to display errors.
 

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