Oh No! Here's what happened. Over the last month, I've been having a lot of stuttering. I assumed it was a bad hard drive, so a few days ago I replaced it, and the stuttering was 100% cured, and my TiVo was running like a champ, good as new. So I assumed that was my only problem. Fast forward a few days and I was watching a show in Now Playing, and right in the middle of the show, the signal went blank and the TiVo turned off, just like a switch. Repeated unplugging and replugging in did nothing. (This just happened 5 minutes ago.) So I took the case off and took a look inside. When I plug the power in, I hear a very faint rhymic clicking sound. What's worse is that the area where the power cord plugs in, on the inside of the box seems slightly warm, but not hot, and I thought there was a very faint smell coming from that area. When I unplug, the clicking stops, but I don't think it stopped instantly; it just kind of slowed down and stopped, kind of like a capaciter was discharging or something. When I replaced the drive, did I goof something up? I thought was pretty careful not to touch anything else while I worked on it. Does anybody have advice on what's wrong and how I go about fixing it? Is this something I can't fix myself, and that I need to send in somewhere for repair? Oh, if it helps I should mention that my model is a HDR212 with two hard drives.