DM 10 X triggers sticking

I am setting up my DM 10 module and when I scroll the wheel when adjusting xtalk ect, numerous trigger sounds begin to play at the same time and will not stop until the unit is turned off. Also, the Pro X Hi-hat sound without being touched. Is this a defective unit?
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  • Hi Jim,

    Thanks for posting. 

    That's very strange. Where is the kit located? Do you have any appliances nearby, such as a refrigerator or a washing machine/dryer, that could be causing vibrations to be transmitted through the kit? Does this happen if you disconnect all of the triggers from the module?

    Let's have you try performing a reset on the DM10. To do this, power on your module while holding down Exit and Store.

    Let me know how this goes.
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  • This seems to have fixed the issue. We'll see. Also, do you have any helps calibrating the 3 zone ride ? I came seem to get the bell to work. Thank you so much for your help.
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  • Glad to hear it, Jim! :)

    You may need to adjust your sensitivity and threshold settings for the ride cymbal. Follow these steps below:

    Sensitivity

    By increasing the Sensitivity setting for a specific trigger, that trigger will respond to lighter hits more forcefully.

    To adjust this setting, follow these steps:

     From the main screen, press the EXT TRIG button.

    1. Use the CURSOR buttons to highlight the Input field.
      Once the Input field is highlighted, use the VALUE/TEMPO dial to choose the trigger you want to adjust.
      (ie. If you would like to adjust the main head area of the snare drum, choose SnrHd. If you want to adjust the snare drum rim area, choose SnrRim, etc.)
    2. Use the CURSOR buttons to highlight the Sensitivty field.
    3. Use the VALUE/TEMPO dial to increase or decrease the sensitivity of the affected trigger.
    4. Press the DRUM KIT button to return to the main screen.
    Threshold

    The Threshold setting is similar to Sensitivity in that if it is set to a low value, a very light hit will trigger a sound.  However, the difference is this: If the Threshold setting is increased, there will be absolutely no sound until the pad is hit with a certain amount of force.  This allows for accidental unintentional hits to automatically be eliminated in real-time.

    To adjust this setting, follow these steps:

     From the main screen, press the EXT TRIG button.

    1. Use the CURSOR buttons to highlight the Input field.
      Once the Input field is highlighted, use the VALUE/TEMPO dial to choose the trigger you want to adjust.
      (ie. If you would like to adjust the main head area of the snare drum, choose SnrHd. If you want to adjust the snare drum rim area, choose SnrRim, etc.)
    2. Press F2 (TRIG).
    3. Use the CURSOR buttons to highlight the Threshold field.
    4. Use the VALUE/TEMPO dial to increase or decrease the Threshold setting of the affected trigger.
    5. Press the DRUM KIT button to return to the main screen.
    Let me know how this works out for you!
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