I bought a kit for a slightly modified Rangemaster clone and am having a couple of issues with it, though I think I have it figured out and would like either confirmation or a slap on the wrist if I'm wrong. It came with a couple of different NPN resistors (verified by looking at data sheets) and the attached section of the instruction sheet also says negative ground and shows the polarized caps with the negative side to ground. When I try plugging it in I get a horrific buzz and almost no signal as if the ground were hooked up wrong on a guitar. If I plug a cord into the input with the battery I get the LED to turn on and off with the switch. I know there are multiple ways to hook up these stomp switches and have never seen this method, but when I try to trace it out in my head it seems that the LED comes on when the pedal is switched to bypass. If I put a power supply to the jack I get no LED in either position. After going through this for a couple of hours over two days I think that the wiring shown to the supply is actually for a positive ground PNP set-up and I need to reverse this. I was just going to jumper the battery clip in and bypass the 9V adapter jack but want to make sure that I'm either correct, or won't smoke anything if I'm wrong as I don't see any protection diodes. Thanks.