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machine  inside  or  out  is  sticky  or  dusty.  The  door and  panel  to  the  vending  machine  and  any  access opening  for  food  should  fit  tightly  and  any  worn gasket material should be replaced to prevent dust, dirt, or any other foreign particle from entering the machines.  The  vending  machine  operator  should maintain   a   record   of   such   cleanings   in   each machine and the record should be kept current for 30  days  and  made  available  during  inspections. Sanitation   of   vending   machines   is   covered   in NAVMED P-5010, supplement 1 to chapter 1. AMUSEMENT MACHINES Amusement  machines  aboard  ship  are  operated as part of the ship’s store (fig. 2-15). Because of the changing popularity in games, amusement machines   are   leased   instead   of   purchased.   The money  boxes  to  amusement  machines  should  be secured by using a restraining bar across the front of  the  coin  box.  A  keyless  combination  padlock  is used to lock  the  device      in      place.    The      person making  collections  is  the  only  one  who  knows  the combination  to  this  lock.  You  should  collect  cash from amusement machines as frequently as you do the vending machines. As the amusement machine operator, you will be provided with a Cash Receipt Book,   NAVSUP   Form   470,   to   record   all   cash collected.  When  you  are  operating  more  than  one machine,  you  can  record  cash  collected  for  each machine  on  separate  pages  of  the  NAVSUP  Form 470.    Also    a    separate    Cash    Register    Record, NAVSUP  Form  469,  is  maintained  by  the  person making collections  from  the  amusement  machines. Like the  NAVSUP  Form  470,  a  separate  page  will be  maintained  in  the  NAVSUP  Form  469  for  each machine. Meters   are      also      installed   in      amusement machines to tell you the total cash receipts for each machine. Meter readings  are  taken each time cash is  collected  and  recorded  on  the    NAVSUP  Form 469.   The   difference   between   the   present   meter reading   and  the   previous  meter  reading should Figure 2-15.-A group of amusement machines aboard ship. 2-32

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