It stopped working! Here's the story: I found a decent electronic drum set on a Craigslist post for $300. It's the set seen here, and it came in great condition with everything pictured. I called the guy and went to his house the next day. He is a family man, and I met his wife, 2 great kids, and even his dog. I tried the set out for a bit at his house, and it worked perfectly. I told him I would take it, we loaded the set into my SUV, and we parted ways. So I get it back to my apartment and turn it on. For about 5 seconds, it worked like a charm, but suddenly the sounds turned to loud static. I unplugged the set for about 10 minutes, and plugged it back in. The static was gone, but now I am getting absolutely no sounds. I tried every output (phones, aux, midi) on both my and my friend's drum pads, but we never got any sound out of them. Now I am in a pickle. I am a big CL fan, so this isn't my first rodeo. I know this guy has no obligation to me, as the set (as far as I could tell) was in good working order when he sold it to me. I can only assume that something went wrong in transit. I gave him a call this morning and left a voicemail asking him if this has ever happened before, and what kinds of things I could do to try to fix this thing. I am almost certain the problem is in the module (also called the brain) of the set - this is the electronic device that you plug all the components into, and it mixes everything together. Buying a new module would virtually erase any sort of bargain I was getting on this in the first place. I will probably just have to deal with the hand that was dealt to me. The guy seems reasonable, but he is in no way obligated to reimburse me in any way, and we both know that. I suppose my question is - what would you do in this situation?