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This may sound silly but where do you plug both of the cymbals in

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We just got ours and set it up today. My son had same problem. The holes to plug in the cymbals are right underneath the cymbal pads, on the side of the bar holding up the pads. If you study the directions carefully, you can see where they are directing you to plug them in.

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