Light My Bricks: LEGO Star Wars Slave 1 75060 Lighting Kit


The following page is the instructions for the Light My Bricks LEGO Star Wars Slave 1 (75060) LED light kit.

To ensure a trouble-free installation of your light kit, please read and follow each step carefully.

If you run into any issues, please refer to the online troubleshooting guide.

To download this instructions guide in PDF format please click here.

Please note: This page lists instructions for the LED light kit only. If you are wishing to purchase the Light My Bricks LEGO Star Wars Slave 1 (75060) LED light kit , please click here to view the product page


Package Contents:

  • 13x White 30cm Bit Lights
  • 11x Blue 30cm Bit Lights
  • 2x Flashing Red 30cm Bit Lights
  • 2x 12-Port Expansion Boards
  • 1x 8-Port Expansion Board
  • 1x Multi Effects Board
  • 3x 5cm Connecting Cables
  • 1x AA Battery Pack

LEGO Pieces:

  • 1x Trans Clear Round Plate 1×1
  • 9x Trans Light Blue Round Plate 1×1

Important things to note:

Laying cables in between and underneath bricks

Cables can fit in between and underneath LEGO® bricks, plates, and tiles providing they are laid correctly between the LEGO® studs. Do NOT forcefully join LEGO® together around cables; instead ensure they are laying comfortably in between each stud.




CAUTION: Forcing LEGO® to connect over a cable can result in damaging the cable and light.

Connecting cable connectors to Expansion Boards

Take extra care when inserting connectors to ports of Expansion Boards. Connectors can be inserted only one way. With the expansion board facing up, look for the soldered “=” symbol on the left side of the port. The connector side with the wires exposed should be facing toward the soldered “=” symbol as you insert into the port. If a plug won’t fit easily into a port connector, do not force it.



Incorrectly inserting the connector can can result in bent pins inside the port or possible overheating of the expansion board when connected.

Installing Bit Lights under LEGO® bricks and plates.

When installing Bit Lights under LEGO® pieces, ensure they are placed the correct way up (Yellow LED component exposed). You can either place them directly on top of LEGO® studs or in between.






OK, Let’s Begin!

1.) Start by disconnecting the front window section as well as sections from the right side using the LEGO removal tool as per below:









2.) Take a Flashing Red 30cm Bit Light and bend the component part slightly on a 90 degree angle so that it is facing upward.



Thread the Bit Light through the upper hole on the right side of cockpit. Pull the cable out slightly from the inside as per below:



Lay the cable in between studs of the outside and then reconnect the middle part of the right section.



From the inside of Slave 1, push the Flashing Red Bit Light toward the inside of the hole.


3.) Thread the connector side of the cable down behind the side of the ship and then reconnect sections of the right side which we removed earlier.





4.) Repeat previous steps to install another Flashing Red 30cm Bit Light to the left side of the cockpit.








5.) Remove the middle and the left and right side sections of Slave 1 as per below:






Take the cable from the left Flashing Red Bit Light and then thread it through the middle and pull it out from the right side so that both cables are together



6.) Remove Slave 1 from the stand and then place it down.


Bring Boba Fett’s seat forward and then take a White 30cm Bit Light and thread the connector side down behind his seat.




Place the Bit Light in between the following studs and then secure it in place by connecting a provided LEGO Trans Clear Round Plate 1×1 over the top.




Bring back Boba Fett’s seat and then reconnect Slave 1 back to it’s stand in upright position.



7.) Pull the cable from the White Bit Light down the right side so that it is together with the two Flashing Red Bit Light cables. Take a 8-Port Expansion Board and connect all three cables to it.



Take this time to test the lights we have installed so far by inserting 3x AA Batteries to the AA Battery Pack and then connect the battery pack cable to a spare port on the expansion board. Turn ‘ON’ to verify all is working OK.



8.) Disconnect the AA Battery Pack from the expansion board and then turn Slave 1 over and disconnect the following section.




Place Slave 1 upside down and then disconnect the following sections from the bottom using the LEGO removal tool.






Disassemble pieces as per below



9.) Take a White 30cm Bit Light and thread the connector side of the cable through the front hole of the grey brick. Thread it down and out the bottom of the brick and then pull the cable all the way down until the Bit Light is sitting flat against the edge of the hole. Secure the Bit Light in place by reconnecting the two trans clear pieces over the top.





Repeat this step to install another White 30cm Bit Light to the other section.


Before reconnecting these two sections, disconnect the following brick. After reconnecting both sections, reconnect the brick as well as larger section to we removed earlier to the bottom.



Ensure you cables are in between studs before reconnecting the brick



10.) Disconnect the left sections using the LEGO removal tool.




Disassemble the following pieces as per below



Take another White 30cm Bit Light and install it to the below using the same method we did for the previous two lights.





Reconnect this section back and then reconnect back to Slave 1




11.) Repeat previous steps to install another White 30cm Bit Light to the right side.







12.) Disconnect the following section which connects across then take all four cables from the lights we just installed and twist them around each other to form one larger cable.






Reconnect the section that connects across ensuring cables are laid underneath and then thread all four cables underneath the section with the nine trans light blue round tiles.



Pull the four cables out from the front side of Slave 1and then connect them to the 8-port expansion board from step 7.




Test the lights we have installed so far by reconnecting the AA Battery Pack to the expansion board and turning ‘ON’ to verify all is OK.



13.) Disconnect the AA Battery Pack and connect a 5cm Connecting Cable into the expansion board.


Neaten up cabling by pulling down the three cables from the the cockpit and then twisting them all around each other.



14.) Turn Slave 1 over again and then disconnect the following sections:












15.) Take the below sections and disconnect the two outer 1×3 plates and then disconnect all nine trans light blue round tiles.



Starting with the left 1×3 plate, take a Blue 30cm Bit Light and place it over the stud furthest to the left. Secure it in place by connecting one of the provided LEGO Trans Light Blue Round Plate 1×1 directly over the top. Discard the original trans light blue round tile.



Take another Blue 30cm Bit Light and place it over the next stud along. Secure it in place by connecting another Trans Light Blue Round Plate 1×1 directly over the top. Repeat this step to install another Blue 30cm Bit Light using another Trans Light Blue Round Plate 1×1



16.) Repeat previous step to install another 6x Blue 30cm Bit Lights to the remaining two 1×3 plates.


Reconnect the two outer plates to the main section ensuring all cables are threaded through the centre.



Group the three cables from each side and then reconnect this section back to Slave 1. Ensure that the cables from each side are neatly laid facing down as per below:



17.) Disconnect the lower 1×8 Brick and then reconnect the remaining 1×3 plate with Blue Bit Lights installed. Ensure all cables are laid in between studs before reconnecting the 1×8 brick over the top.




18.) Group all the Blue Bit Light cables together and then twist them around each other to form one larger cable.



Thread the group of cables underneath the following section and then pull it out from the other side.



Reconnect the round dish section


19.) Take a 12-Port Expansion Board and then connect all nine Blue Bit Light cables to it.



20.) Take the two blue jet sections and then push out the tan coloured technic bars to disconnect the trans light blue dish pieces.



Take a Blue 30cm Bit Light and thread the connector side of the cable through one of the holes of the grey piece. Thread all the way through and then place the Bit Light directly over the technic bar.





Secure the Bit Light in place by reconnecting the trans light blue dish over the top ensuring the Bit Light is directly underneath the stud.



Repeat this step to install the remaining Blue 30cm Bit Light to the other section


21.) Connect the two Blue Bit Light cables to the spare ports on the 12-Port Expansion Board from step 19.



22.) Take a 5cm Connecting Cable and connect one side to the remaining port on the 12-port Expansion Board. Connect the other side to one of the OUT ports on the Multi Effects Board (side with 2 ports)



Setup and test the effects of the Multi Effects Board by connecting the AA Battery Pack to the IN port (side with 1 port). Turn ‘ON’ the battery pack and then set the switch to the left for the “Pulse” effect. Turn the wheel to adjust to the slowest speed. Alternatively, set the switch and adjust the speed to your desired effect.



23.) Disconnect the Battery Pack and replace it with the remaining 5cm Connecting Cable.


24.) Take the remaining 12-Port Expansion Board and then connect to the far right port, the other end of the 5cm cable from the 8-port expansion board from step 7.



25.) Connect the other side of the 5cm connecting cable from the multi effects board to the far left port on the new 12-Port Expansion Board


Set everything aside for now and proceed to the next step.

26.) We will now install the remaining lights to the top of Slave 1. Start by disconnecting the outer left and right sections using the LEGO removal tool







27.) Take the left section and then disassemble the following section:



Install a White 30cm Bit Light to the dark grey brick using the same method as previously used for the lower lights then reconnect this section to the rest of the left section






28.) Move onto the next section by disconnecting and disassembling pieces. Install another White 30cm Bit Light using the same method again.



29.) Repeat this process again to install another 2x White 30cm Bit Lights to the remaining two lights in this left section.






30.) Reconnect this main left section back to Slave 1 and then connect all four Bit Light cables to the 12-Port Expansion Board below



30.) Lay the two right cables underneath the following pieces ensuring they are laid in between studs




Neaten up cabling by grouping all four cables together and twisting them around each other as per below.



31.) Repeat steps 27–29 to install the remaining 4x White 30cm Bit Lights to the right side.



Reconnect the right section back to Save 1 and then lay cables underneath the following pieces again.




32.) Connect the four bit light cables from the right side to the next available ports on the 12-port expansion board then neaten up cabling by grouping and twisting the cables together.




33.) Take the AA Battery Pack and connect the cable to one of the ports on the 12-port Expansion Board. Turn the power ‘ON’ to verify all lights are working OK



34.) Tuck all the components (except for the two round blue jet light cables) neatly into the middle section, then push into the space, the AA Battery Pack. It should fit neatly inside as per below




35.) Reconnect the remaining middle section and then neatly tuck in the cables from the two outer blue jet sections before reconnecting them back into place.




36.) Turn Slave 1 around and then reconnect all the remaining external sections starting with the right and left sides, followed by the middle, then the window section.






To access the battery pack, simply lift up the following section underneath Slave 1.





This finally completes installation of the Star Wars Slave 1 Light Kit.

We Thank YOU for purchasing this Light Kit!




Light My Bricks: Ninjago City Lighting Kit

The following page is instructions for the Light My Bricks LEGO Ninjago City (70620) LED light kit. You purchase this kit on our official website.

To ensure a trouble-free installation of your light kit, please read and follow each step carefully.

If you run into any issues, please refer to the online troubleshooting guide.

This user guide is also available to download in PDF format here.


Package contents:

  • 11x White Strip Lights
  • 2x Blue Strip Lights
  • 3x White 30cm Bit Lights
  • 13x White 15cm Bit Lights
  • 3x Flashing White 30cm Bit Lights
  • 4x Pink 30cm Bit Lights
  • 2x 12-Port Expansion Board
  • 2x 6-Port Expansion Boards
  • 3x 30cm Connecting Cables
  • 11x 15cm Connecting Cables
  • 2x 5cm Connecting Cables
  • 8x Adhesive Squares
  • 1x Battery Pack (requires 3x AA Batteries)
    OR
  • 1x USB Power Cable

    Note – Battery Pack will be replaced with USB Power Cables from mid April 2020

LEGO Pieces

  • 10x LEGO Plate 1×6 (any colour)
  • 1x LEGO Plate 1×8 (Dark Bluish Grey)

Important things to note:

Laying cables in between and underneath bricks

Cables can fit in between and underneath LEGO® bricks, plates, and tiles providing they are laid correctly between the LEGO® studs. Do NOT forcefully join LEGO® together around cables; instead ensure they are laying comfortably in between each stud.

CAUTION: Forcing LEGO® to connect over a cable can result in damaging the cable and light.

Connecting cable connectors to Expansion Boards

Take extra care when inserting connectors to ports of Expansion Boards. Connectors can be inserted only one way. With the expansion board facing up, look for the soldered “=” symbol on the left side of the port. The connector side with the wires exposed should be facing toward the soldered “=” symbol as you insert into the port. If a plug won’t fit easily into a port connector, do not force it.

Incorrectly inserting the connector can can result in bent pins inside the port or possible overheating of the expansion board when connected.

Connecting cable connectors to Strip Lights

Take extra care when inserting connectors to ports on the Strip Lights. Connectors can be inserted only one way. With the Strip Light facing up, ensure the side of the connector with the wires exposed is facing down. If a plug won’t fit easily into a port connector, don’t force it. Doing so will damage the plug and the connector.

Installing Bit Lights under LEGO® bricks and plates.

When installing Bit Lights under LEGO® pieces, ensure they are placed the correct way up (Yellow LED component exposed). You can either place them directly on top of LEGO® studs or in between.


OK, Let’s Begin!

Instructions for this Kit

1.) Start by removing the roof, third, and fourth floors.

2.) We will first install blue lights under the bridge.

Take the AA Battery Pack (or USB Cable) and insert 3x AA batteries into it. Take 1x Blue Strip Light, 1x LEGO 1×6 Plate and 1x 15cm Connecting Cable.

 

Stick the Blue Strip Light to the base of the LEGO plate using it’s adhesive backing. Then connect the 15cm Connecting Cable to one end of the strip light and then connect the Battery Pack /USB cable to the other end.

Mount the strip light underneath the bridge in the following position. Ensure the Battery pack /usb  cable is facing toward the left end of the building before laying it neatly against the back.

Hide the battery pack/usb cable underneath the Lego pieces as shown below.

Turn on the battery pack to test the lights are working

If you’re using the USB Power Cable, connect this to a USB Power Bank or wall adaptor (sold separately) and turn it ON to test the front lights are working OK.

3.) Pull the other end of the 15cm Connecting Cable out to ensure that it is not dangling down and visible from under the bridge.

4.) Remove the second floor section and then disconnect the three lantern pieces from the bottom.

Disconnect the black and gold pieces from the top of the lanterns and then take out 3x White 15cm Bit Lights.

Install the first White 15cm Bit Light by inserting the led component inside the lantern piece. Take the black and gold pieces and then reconnect them over the top. Ensure the led component is facing the front (of where you will be positioning the lantern) and that the cable is pulled to the back of the lantern.

Repeat this process to install Bit Lights to all three lanterns.

5.) Reconnect the lantern pieces to the bottom of the second floor section ensuring the cables are facing behind each lantern.

Disconnect the brown plates from underneath and then lay the lantern cables underneath before reconnecting the plates. Ensure the cables are laid in between studs.

6.) Take a 6-Port Expansion Board and then connect the Bit Lights from the lanterns to spare ports.

7.) Take a 15cm Connecting Cable and connect one end to a spare port then mount the expansion board underneath the second floor using 2x Adhesive Squares.

Secure the Bit Light Cables neatly and push them up against the base to prevent them from dangling down and being visible.

8.) Locate the other end of the connecting cable from under the bridge and then connect this to the 6-port expansion board then securely reconnect the second floor on top ensuring the other end of the second 15cm connecting cable is pulled out.

Turn on the battery pack to test the lights we have installed so far.

9.) Take the entire third floor and then disconnect the four lanterns above the crab restaurant.

10.) Take 4x White 15cm Bit Lights and install one to each lantern following the same method used to install lights to the lanterns above the first floor.

11.) Reconnect each lantern back to the top of the restaurant ensuring each cable is pulled up behind the grey bars.

Lay each Bit Light Cable underneath the brown tiles on the top of this section

12.) We will now install lights above the window features of the restaurant. First disconnect the following pieces

Lift the bricks above and then carefully disconnect the brown 2×2 plate above the window feature section.

Take a White 15cm Bit Light and then place the LED Component in the centre of the 4 studs. Ensure the Bit Light is facing down and cable is facing the inside of the restaurant.

Secure the Bit Light in place by reconnecting the brown 2×2 plate over the top followed by the surrounding pieces we removed earlier.

13.) Install another White 15cm Bit Light to the window feature on the other side of the restaurant following the same method used in previous step.

14.) Before reconnecting the corner bricks and tiles, we will install a light above the ATM. First disconnect the top section of the ATM and then disconnect the trans black tile.

Take a White 15cm Bit Light and then place it in between the two studs (facing up). Secure the bit light in place by reconnecting the trans black tile over the top.

Lay the cable to the left side of this section and then carefully reconnect this section back to the ATM.

Lay the cable in between studs before reconnecting the corner bricks and tiles from the restaurant.

15.) Take a 12-Port Expansion Board and then connect all seven of the bit light cables to it.

Remove the following LEGO piece.

Mount the expansion board to the following position inside the restaurant using 2x Adhesive Squares.

26.) Take a 15cm Connecting Cable and connect one end to a spare port closest to the right side.

27.) Eliminate excess cables by laying them underneath the brown tiles on top of the restaurant.

28.) Take the entire third floor and place it on it’s back and then disconnect the six lantern pieces from underneath.

Take the three lantern sections from the left side and then take 3x White 15cm Bit Lights and install one to each lantern following the same method used to light up the previous lanterns.

29.) Reconnect the lanterns back to the left side of the third floor and then hide the cables by disconnecting the plates underneath, laying the cables in between studs, and then reconnecting the plates.

30.) Take 3x White 30cm Bit Lights and install one to each of the three lantern sections on the right side.

Reconnect the lanterns back to the right side of the third floor and then hide the cables by disconnecting the plates underneath, laying the cables in between studs, and then reconnecting the plates.

31.) Take the remaining 12-Port Expansion Board and then connect all the cables from the lanterns to the spare ports (closest ports to the left side).

Mount the expansion board underneath the third floor in the following position using 2x Adhesive Squares.

32.) Neaten up messy cables by grouping them together, twisting them around each other and then tucking them into spaces underneath the third floor.

You can also secure dangling cables by laying them underneath LEGO plates.

33.) Take 3x White Strip Lights and stick them to 3x LEGO 1×6 Plates.

Take a 5cm Connecting Cable and connect it to the end of one strip light (strip light 1) then take a 30cm Connecting Cable and connect it to the other end of the strip light and connect the other end of the 30cm cable to another strip light (Strip light 2).

Take a 15cm Connecting Cable and connect it the other end of strip light 2 and then connect the other end of the cable to strip light 3.

Take the another 30cm Connecting Cable and connect it to the end of strip light 3.

34.) Connect the other end of the 5cm Connecting Cable to a spare port on the 12-port Expansion board and then mount strip light 1 to the following position underneath the third floor.

Mount strip light 2 and 3 to the following positions on the right side ensuring the other end of the 30cm connecting cable from strip light 3 is facing right.

To eliminate excess cable, loop and lay the cables under plates and expansion boards

35.) Pull the other end of the 30cm Connecting Cable from strip light 3 out the back and then pull it up and bring it over the wall behind the following section below.

Secure the cable underneath the following brown tile and then connect it to a spare port on the 12-port expansion board inside the restaurant.

Use your hand to lift all the cables up from underneath them so they are not dangling down and seen from the outside windows.

36.) We will now install flashing lights to one of the billboards at the front. First disconnect the following sections to allow us to disconnect the two dark grey plates with trans green pieces.

37.) Disconnect the trans green pieces from the grey plates and then starting with the left plate, take a Flashing White 30cm Bit Light and with the cable facing down, place the led component over the left stud. Secure it in place by reconnecting the trans green piece over it.

Repeat this step to install another Flashing White 30cm Bit Light to the right side.

38.) Reconnect both plates to the sign poles and then thread both cables behind and then down through in between the grey bar and base plate.

Reconnect the sign

39.) Pull both cables down underneath and then connect them to the spare ports on the 12-port expansion board.

Lay both cables underneath the 2 plates underneath as shown below.

Group the remaining excess cables together, twist them around each other and then tuck them into the space underneath.

40.) Bring the entire third floor above the building and then locate the other end of the 15cm Connecting Cable from underneath. Connect this cable into a spare port on the 12-port expansion board mounted underneath the 3rd level.

Securely reconnect the entire third floor on top and then turn the battery pack to test all the lights are working OK

41.) We will now install some lights to the cherry blossom tree on the fourth floor.

Take out the 4x Pink 30cm Bit Lights and bend the tip of the of each light on a 90 degree angle as per below:

Thread the connector end of the first bit light down through the following hole of the tree piece. Pull the cable all the way down from underneath until the LED is sitting face up against the round hole.

Bit Light should be sitting flat against the white piece facing up

Thread the connector end of the cable through the window underneath the branch piece and then pull it out from the inside as shown below.

42.) Take another Pink 30cm Bit Light and then thread the connector end down through the following hole to the left of the previous light.

Thread the connector end of the cable through the window underneath the branch piece and then pull it out from the inside as shown below.

Tilt this tree section back to original position

43.) Install another 2x Pink 30cm Bit Lights to the tree section toward the left following the images below to ensure you thread the lights through the correct holes.

Tilt this tree section back to original position

Both tree sections should be neatly positioned so that all four lights are shining up against the tree sections and branches above.

44.) Take the remaining 6-Port Expansion Board and then connect the four pink light cables to it.

Group all cables and loop them around each other, then twist them around each other to eliminate excess cable.

45.) Turn the entire fourth floor onto its back so we can access underneath.

Take 2x White Strip Lights, 2x LEGO 1×6 Plates and 2x 15cm Connecting Cables.

Stick each strip light to the lego plate provided and then connect one of the connecting cables in between each strip light, and the other on the end of one of the strip lights.

Ensuring the spare end of the 15cm connecting cable is facing right, mount the strip lights underneath the fourth floor in the below position:

To prevent cables from dangling down, loop one side underneath the strip light plate as shown below:

46.) Take the other end of the 15cm connecting cable and thread it through the doorway above that leads into the room with the tree branch. Pull the cable up from underneath and then connect it to a spare port on the 6-port expansion board.

47.) Take the entire fourth floor above the rest of the building and then locate the other end of the 15cm connecting cable from the 12-port expansion board in the crab restaurant. Connect this into the other end of the strip light underneath the fourth floor.

Securely reconnect the fourth floor to the rest of the building and then reconnect the level above the tree room.

Turn on the battery pack to test all the lights are working OK.

48.) We will now move onto lighting the rooftop and tower. First take the entire rooftop and disconnect the tower. Turn the rooftop onto it’s back so that we can access underneath.

Take 2x White Strip Lights and then stick them both onto 2x LEGO 1×6 Plates. Join the two strip lights together using a 5cm Connecting Cable

Take another White Strip Light (strip light 3)and stick it onto another LEGO 1×6 Plate. Take a 15cm Connecting Cable and connect it to strip light 3.

Connect the other end of the 15cm Connecting Cable to the other end of strip light 2 and then take another 15cm Connecting Cable and connect it to the other end of the strip light 3.

Take another 15cm Connecting Cable and connect this to the other end of strip light 1

49.) Mount the three strip lights underneath the rooftop in the following positions.

Lay the cable between strip light 2 and 3 underneath the following plate.

50.) Pull the other end of the 15cm connecting cable from strip light 3 across to the left and then lay it in between the following bricks.

Take the entire roof top section over the rest of the building and then connect the other end of the 15cm connecting cable from strip light 1 into the remaining spare port on the 6-port expansion board inside the cherry blossom tree room.

Turn on the battery pack to verify all the lights are working ok

51.) Take another White Strip Light and connect a 30cm Connecting Cable to one end of it.

Locate the other end of the 15cm Connecting Cable from strip light 3 in step 50 and connect it to the other side of the strip light then using it’s adhesive backing, stick the strip light to the top of the balcony rail as per below:

Eliminate excess cable (15cm cable) by pulling it over the wall and then securing underneath the black tile.

Turn the battery pack on to verify that the strip light is shining directly up underneath the puffer fish.

52.) Remove the following tile from the base of the tower and replace it with the provided LEGO 1×7 Dark Grey Plate. This will better secure the tower to the roof as we found that it was quite flimsy without the extra studded plate.

53.) Take another White Strip Light and connect another 15cm Connecting Cable to one side.

Locate the other end of the 30cm Connecting Cable from the strip light on the rail and then connect this to the other end of the new Strip Light.

Stick the strip light to the wall underneath the sushi train table as per below

54.) Hide the large 30cm cable by laying it in between the rail tables and chairs on the roof top.

Turn on the battery pack to test the strip lights on the roof top are working OK.

55.) Take the tower and then remove the middle and bottom sections.

Disconnect the trans orange cone piece from the top of the tower and then take a Flashing White 30cm Bit Light and place it over the stud below (with cable facing the back). Secure the light in place by reconnecting the trans orange cone piece.

56.) Turn the tower to the back and then disconnect the left wall section

Disconnect the beacon section from the dark grey round brick and then lay the cable underneath it. Reconnect this section to secure the cable.

57.) Take a Blue Strip Light and connect the remaining 15cm Connecting Cable to one side.

Take the top section of the tower above the middle section and then thread the cable from the Flashing White 30cm Bit Light down one of the spaces of the round feature underneath.

Pull the cable down from above and then connect it to the other end of the blue strip light.

58.) Using it’s adhesive backing, stick the blue strip light to the center of the roof of the round feature as per below.

Tuck the excess cable from the flashing white bit light up into the space above.

59.) Reconnect the wall section we disconnected on back of the top section of the tower and then eliminate excess cable from the flashing white bit light by tucking it down in between wall sections.

60.) Take the other end of the 15cm connecting cable from the blue strip light and then thread it behind to the back. Secure the cable underneath the dark grey brick on the side.

61.) Take the remaining White Strip Light and stick it onto the LEGO 1×6 plate. Connect the other end of the 15cm connecting cable from the blue strip light to the White Strip Light.

Mount the White Strip Light underneath the middle tower section in the below position. Loop the cable and secure it underneath the plate to eliminate excess cable.

62.) Reconnect the bottom section of the tower and then locate the other end of the 15cm connecting cable from the strip light underneath the sushi train table and then connect this to the other end of the White Strip Light underneath the middle section of the tower.

63.) Securely reconnect the upper levels of the tower to the bottom section.

Turn on the battery pack and confirm all the lights on the roof top and tower are working OK.

This finally completes installation of the Ninjago City Light Kit. ENJOY!

Light My Bricks : LEGO The SHIELD Helicarrier Lighting Kit

Here is the instructions document for the LEGO The SHIELD Helicarrier LED lighting kit. Please read and follow the steps carefully to ensure this lighting kit is installed properly.

If you run into any issues, please refer to the online troubleshooting guide.

To ensure a trouble-free installation of your light kit, please read and follow each step carefully. These instructions can be downloaded in PDF format here

 


Package contents:

  • 3x White Strip Lights
  • 8x Blue Strip Lights
  • 17x White 30cm Bit Lights
  • 1x Flashing White 30cm Bit Light
  • 1x Multi-Effects Board (3-effects)
  • 3x 6-Port Expansion Boards
  • 2x 12-Port Expansion Boards
  • 5x 5cm Connecting Cables
  • 11x 15cm Connecting Cables
  • 8x Adhesive Squares
  • 1x AA Battery Pack (requires 3x AA Batteries)

LEGO Pieces

  • 3x Plate 1×6
  • 1x Plate 6×6
  • 1x Brick 2×2

Important things to note:

Laying cables in between and underneath bricks

Cables can fit in between and underneath LEGO® bricks, plates, and tiles providing they are laid correctly between the LEGO® studs. Do NOT forcefully join LEGO® together around cables; instead ensure they are laying comfortably in between each stud.

CAUTION: Forcing LEGO® to connect over a cable can result in damaging the cable and light.

Connecting cable connectors to Strip Lights

Take extra care when inserting connectors to ports on the Strip Lights. Connectors can be inserted only one way. With the Strip Light facing up, ensure the side of the connector with the wires exposed is facing down. If a plug won’t fit easily into a port connector, don’t force it. Doing so will damage the plug and the connector.

Connecting cable connectors to Expansion Boards

Take extra care when inserting connectors to ports of Expansion Boards. Connectors can be inserted only one way. With the expansion board facing up, look for the soldered “=” symbol on the left side of the port. The connector side with the wires exposed should be facing toward the soldered “=” symbol as you insert into the port. If a plug won’t fit easily into a port connector, do not force it.

WARNING: Incorrectly inserting the connector can result in bent pins inside the port or possible overheating of the expansion board when connected.

Installing Bit Lights under LEGO® bricks and plates.

When installing Bit Lights under LEGO® pieces, ensure they are placed the correct way up (Yellow LED component exposed). You can either place them directly on top of LEGO® studs or in between.


OK, Let’s Begin!


Instructions for installing this kit

1.) We will first install lights to the 2 jets at the back of the helicarrier. First remove the following sections from above then turn around to the back to remove the jet sections.

2.) Take one of the back jet sections and then disassemble and remove the following LEGO pieces.

Take the left plate of trans-orange plates and remove them, then take a White 30cm Bit Light and place it directly over the following stud as per below:

Ensure the cable is facing toward the top left, then secure the Bit Light in place by reconnecting one of the trans-orange plates over the top.

Install another 2x White 30cm Bit Lights to the below studs, following the same method we just used.

To install a Bit Light to the trans orange plate that connects to the “hole”, take another White 30cm Bit Light and then bend it up on a 90 degree angle and the place it inside the “hole” as per below:

Reconnect the trans-orange plate over the top (upside down) ensuring the cable is facing the same way as the below image.

Take all the cables from the Bit Lights we just installed and then twist/wind them together so they form one large cable.

Thread the cables all the way through from the outside toward the back (via the space behind) and then reconnect one of the LEGO sections we removed earlier.

We can now reconnect in place the dark grey plate with bit lights installed.

Follow this same method to install another 4x White 30cm Bit Lights to the dark grey plate on the right side of this section.

Reconnect pieces we removed earlier.

Take the 2 groups of cables and then pull them behind and twist/wind them together.

This completes installation of lights to one of the back jet sections. Now, using the same method, install another 8x White 30cm Bit Lights to the next back jet section.

3.) Remove the following LEGO road plates and other sections from the top of the helicarrier.

Reconnect one of the back jets and then loop the cable behind and then thread back up into the gap underneath which leads back into the inside of the helicarrier.

Connect all the cables to a 12-port Expansion Board

Take a 5cm connecting cable and then connect this to a spare port on the expansion board.

Repeat this step to reconnect the other back jet to the helicarrier, then connect the cables to another 12-port Expansion Board as well as another 5cm connecting cable.

4.) Connect the two 12-port expansion boards (with the other end of each 5cm cable) to the each “output” port on the Multi-Effects Board (side with 2 ports). Take another 5cm connecting cable and then connect it to a 6-port Expansion Board. Connect the other end of this 5cm connecting cable to the “input” port on the Multi Effects Board.

We can now test the lights we have installed with the chosen effect to ensure all is working ok. To do this, take the AA Battery pack and insert 3x AA batteries to it. Connect the battery pack cable to a spare port on the expansion board and then turn on and check that all lights on the back jets are working. Flick the switch on the effects board to far right for the ‘flicker’ effect (or choose your desired effect). You can adjust the speed of the effect by turning the wheel on the effects board.

Once you are happy with the speed of the effect, disconnect the battery pack and then move onto the next step.

5.) We will now install lights to light up the 2 back propeller sections. First take a 15cm connecting cable and connect it to the 6-port expansion board we connected earlier. Thread the other end of the cable through the following hole on the back left, which leads to the inside of back left propeller. Pull the cable up from underneath the inside of the propeller.

Disconnect the propeller section by pulling it out and then downward to remove it from underneath.

6.) Take a Blue Strip Light and then connect the 15cm cable we pulled through to the right port. Take another Blue Strip Light and 15cm connecting cable and connect them to the first Blue Strip Light as per below.

Using the adhesive backing for each strip light, stick them to the sides on the inside of this section.

To eliminate excess cable from showing, remove the octagon ring and then secure the cables underneath the following plates (disconnect plate, lay cable between stud, reconnect plate).

Reconnect the octagon ring and then reconnect the propeller.

We will now install another 2 blue lights to the back right propeller section. Take another 15cm connecting cable and connect to the 6-port expansion board, then thread other end through one of the holes which leads inside to the right propeller.

Remove the propeller.

Take 2x Blue Strip Lights and connect them together using another 15cm connecting cable. Connect the 15cm cable we threaded through to one of the Blue Strip Lights and then stick them to the sides on the inside in the following position.

Eliminate excess cable by connecting under LEGO plates and then reconnect propeller.

Connect the battery pack to the 6-port expansion and check that the propeller lights are working OK.

7.) Remove another LEGO road plate and then take another 15cm connecting cable and connect it to the 6-port expansion board. This cable will be used to connect this sections of lights to the front half of the helicarrier.

8.) We will now mount the AA Battery pack in a fixed position. First locate the following provided LEGO pieces: 6×6 Plate and 2×2 Brick. (colours may vary)

Connect the 2×2 brick to the following position inside the back of the helicarrier.

Take 4x adhesive squares and stick them to the following studs on the 6×6 plate, then connect the plate to the 2×2 brick as per below.

Place the AA Battery Pack on top of the 6×6 plate and secure down ensuring it is well mounted to the plate underneath.

Thread the battery pack cable back inside and then pull up from the inside and then connect it to the 6-port expansion board.

9.) Reconnect back the right LEGO road plate we removed earlier, followed by surrounding LEGO sections.

Connect another 15cm connecting cable to the 6-port expansion board then reconnect the left LEGO road plate ensuring both 15cm cables are still accessible.

10.) Take another 2x 6-port Expansion Boards and connect each of the 15cm cables we pulled through to one expansion board.

Remove the LEGO Road section with the SHIELD logo on it.

11.) We will now install lights to the front left propeller section. First remove the propeller and then take a 15cm connecting cable and connect it to one of the 6-port expansion boards below.

Thread the other end of this cable through one of the holes that leads to the inside of the left propeller section. Pull the cable up from the inside.

Take 2x Blue Strip Lights and connect them together using another 15cm connecting cable. Connect the other end of the 15cm cable from the inside to one of the Blue Strip Lights before sticking both strip lights to the sides of the inside of this section.

Eliminate excess cable by laying them underneath LEGO pieces then reconnect the propeller.

12.) We will now install another 2 blue lights to the front left propeller section. Turn the helicarrier over for easier access, then remove the propeller.

Connect another 15cm connecting cable to the same expansion board as in the previous step.

Follow previous steps to install another 2x Blue Strip Lights (and another 15cm connecting cable) to the front left propeller section.

Once all the propeller lights have been installed, turn on the battery pack to verify all is working OK.

13.) We will now install lights for the front part of the helicarrier. First take another 15cm connecting cable and connect it to the same expansion board used in the previous step.

Take 2x White Strip Lights and then stick them onto provided LEGO plates 1×6. Connect the 2 Strip Lights together using a 5cm connecting cable

stick the strip lights to LEGO plates using adhesive backing

Take the LEGO Road plate section (with logo on the top) and then turn over to allow us to mount the 2x White Strip Lights underneath in the following position. Before mounting strip lights, connect the other end of the 15cm cable from expansion board to one of the White Strip Lights.

Reconnect the Road Plate and then turn on the battery pack to verify these lights are working OK

14.) Locate the other 6-port expansion board (which we connected in step 10) and then take a 5cm connecting cable and connect it to a White Strip Light (after sticking onto provided LEGO 1×6 plate). Connect the other end of the 5cm cable to the 6-port expansion board we located.

Set these components aside for now as we will connect these later.

15.) We will now install lights to the control room section that is positioned on the top of the helicarrier. First remove the window section.

Take a White 30cm Bit Light and then mount it to the top of the inside of the window using an adhesive square. Reconnect the window with bit light installed and ensure the cable is laid behind. The Bit Light should be shining down.

Turn over to the other side and then secure the bit light cable by disconnecting and reconnecting plates over the top.

Ensure cable is laid in between studs

Remove the satellite dish section and then take a Flashing White 30cm Bit Light and place it directly over the stud underneath. Secure the bit light in place by reconnecting the satellite dish section over the top. Ensure the cable is also laid behind.

Turn over to the other side and then lay the cable behind pieces at the back.

16.) Take the entire upper road section and then turn over so we can access underneath.

Locate the White Strip Light and 6-port expansion board from step 14 and mount them (using 2x adhesive squares) to the following positions underneath.

Take the control room section and then place it on top of the helicarrier towards the right and connect both the Bit Light cables from the control room to the 6-port expansion board.

Securely reconnect the entire upper road section and then reconnect the control room on top ensuring you neatly lay the cables behind.

Ensure cables from the control room are neatly laid in between and underneath the upper road section

It’s now time to finally turn on the battery pack to allow us to neaten up cabling underneath the upper road section. Lay the cables towards the side as much as possible before reconnecting the remaining LEGO road plate to secure cables and prevent them from being obviously seen.


Well done! You have finally completed installation of the SHIELD Helicarrier Lighting Kit. Turn on and ENJOY!


Light My Bricks: Porsche 911 GT3 RS

Please read and follow the instructions carefully to ensure this lighting kit is installed properly.

If you run into any issues, please refer to the troubleshooting guide.

To ensure a trouble-free installation of your light kit, please read and follow each step carefully. These instructions can be downloaded in PDF format here

 


Package contents:

  • 16x White 15cm Bit Lights
  • 1x LED Strip Light
  • 1x 50cm Connecting Cable
  • 2x 30cm Connecting Cables
  • 6x Adhesive Squares
  • 1x 6-port Expansion Board
  • 1x 8-port Expansion Board
  • 1x 12-port Expansion Board
  • 1x AA Battery Pack (Requires 3x AA Batteries)

Important things to note:

Laying cables in between and underneath bricks

Cables can fit in between and underneath LEGO® bricks, plates, and tiles providing they are laid correctly between the LEGO® studs. Do NOT forcefully join LEGO® together around cables; instead ensure they are laying comfortably in between each stud.

CAUTION: Forcing LEGO® to connect over a cable can result in damaging the cable and light.

Connecting cable connectors to Strip Lights

Take extra care when inserting connectors to ports on the Strip Lights. Connectors can be inserted only one way. With the Strip Light facing up, ensure the side of the connector with the wires exposed is facing down. If a plug won’t fit easily into a port connector, don’t force it. Doing so will damage the plug and the connector.

Connecting cable connectors to Expansion Boards

Take extra care when inserting connectors to ports of Expansion Boards. Connectors can be inserted only one way. With the expansion board facing up, look for the soldered “=” symbol on the left side of the port. The connector side with the wires exposed should be facing toward the soldered “=” symbol as you insert into the port. If a plug won’t fit easily into a port connector, do not force it.

WARNING: Incorrectly inserting the connector can result in bent pins inside the port or possible overheating of the expansion board when connected.

Installing Bit Lights under LEGO® bricks and plates.

When installing Bit Lights under LEGO® pieces, ensure they are placed the correct way up (Yellow LED component exposed). You can either place them directly on top of LEGO® studs or in between.


OK, Let’s Begin!


Instructions for installing this kit

Let’s start at the back of the vehicle. Grab the 12 Port Expansion Board and move the car around so you have easy access to the boot.

There are a few options for mounting the 12 Port Expansion Board. I am going to mount mine on top of the 1 x 4 tile. If you have applied a sticker to this piece, you may want to mount the expansion board in one of the other positions shown in the photos above.

Grab some Adhesive Squares and peel the top off one of them.

Remove it from the base and stick it on the car where you want to mount your 12 Port Expansion Board.

Grab another Adhesive Square and peel it like the previous one. Also stick it where you want the 12 Port Expansion Board to be.
Mount the 12 Port Expansion Board on top the Adhesive Squares.

When working on the rear lights, I found it useful to prop the car up on a couple of small boxes which made it easier for me to access the pieces I needed.
I will go through the steps for installing LEDs on the right hand side of the car. When finished, repeat the same steps for the left hand side of the car.

Look for the Trans-Red Bionicle 1 x 3 Tooth with Axle Hole piece. Gently pry apart the orange technic pieces above and below it.

Grab a White 15cm Bit Light and feed it down through the boot and out near the Trans-Red Bionicle 1 x 3 Tooth with Axle Hole piece.

Jiggle and manoeuvre the LED until it is face down and inside the Trans-Red Bionicle 1 x 3 Tooth with Axle Hole piece.

Pinch the technic pieces that you previously separated back together.

Remove the orange technic fairing piece that sits above the brake light. Do this by pulling it backwards towards you.

Grab the plug end if the White 15cm Bit Light and feed it through a side hole in the black technic liftarm piece.

Plug the White 15cm Bit Light into an available port on the 12 Port Expansion Board. I have chosen the furthest port on the left to minimise the amount of slack in the wire.

There are two sets of transparent pieces on each side of the car that represent brake lights. Remove the set furthest from the centre of the car (in this instance, the set on the right).

There are now two blue technic 1/2 pins visible. Grab a White 15cm Bit Light and feed the white plug end through the blue technic 1/2 pin furthest from the centre of the car.

The wire will likely run through and out the bottom of the car which is fine.

Grab the top of the LED on the White 15cm Bit Light and carefully bend it so that it faces upwards. You want it to sit flat on top of the blue technic 1/2 pin.

The blue technic 1/2 pins sit inside a black L-Shaped technic lift arm. There is a black technic pin in the corner of the black L-Shaped technic lift arm. Grab a White 15cm Bit Light and rest it on top of the black technic pin with the yellow LED element facing upwards.
Hold this White 15cm Bit Light in place and…..

Replace the transparent pieces that represent brake lights. Each White 15cm Bit Light LED will sit comfortably inside the cavity of the Lego plate being fixed on top of it. No extra resistance should be encountered when refitting the brake light pieces.

Remove the other set of transparent pieces the represent brake lights.

Again, two blue technic 1/2 pins will now be exposed. Grab a White 15cm Bit Light and feed the white plug end through the blue technic 1/2 pin closest to the centre of the car.
Let the cable run down underneath the car.

Grab the top of the LED on the White 15cm Bit Light and carefully bend it so that it faces upwards. You want it to sit flat on top of the blue technic 1/2 pin.

Grab a White 15cm Bit Light and feed the white plug end through the available gap between the orange technic liftarm (that holds the blue 1/2 technic pins) and the black technic liftarm that runs back towards the engine.

Rest the LED end of the White 15cm Bit Light on top of the black technic pin in the orange technic liftarm piece. Make sure the yellow LED element facing upwards.
Hold this White 15cm Bit Light in place and…..

Replace the transparent brake light pieces. Each White 15cm Bit Light LED will sit comfortably inside the cavity of the Lego plate being fixed on top of it. No extra resistance should be encountered when refitting the brake light pieces.

You will have four White 15cm Bit Lights that need to be plugged into the 12 Port Expansion Board. Two are likely to be easily accessible and the other two have run down under the car.
Gather the wires one at a time and feed them through the black technic liftarm piece. Wrap them around the black technic liftarm piece as appropriate to consume any slack in the wires.

Plug the wires into available ports on the 12 Port Expansion Board.

Repeat the process for all remaining wires. When you have finished this side, there should be five wires plugged into the 12 Port Expansion Board.

Repeat the above process for the lights on the left hand side of the car.

When both sides are wired up, your boot will look something like the pictures above.

Replace the orange technic fairing pieces on both sides .

Close up the boot, take the car off blocks and turn it around so we can start on the front.

Open up the bonnet and grab the 8 Port Expansion Board and a couple of Adhesive Squares.

Turn the 8 Port Expansion Board face down, peel the two Adhesive Squares and stick them on to the 8 Port Expansion Board.
Remove the top bits of paper to expose the other sticky side of the Adhesive Squares.

Mount the 8 Port Expansion Board on top of the rectangle technic piece as shown in the picture above.

I will go through the steps for installing LEDs on the right hand side of the car. When finished, repeat the same steps for the left hand side of the car.

Pinch the orange technic fairing piece as seen on the picture above and remove it by pulling it towards you. Other pieces attached to this piece, including transparent plates and tiles, will come out with the technic fairing piece.

Detach the orange technic fairing piece from the other pieces.

Hold on to the transparent plates and tiles and remove them from the black plate they are attached to.
The transparent slope piece and plate it is attached to will probably stay in place, which is ok.

Grab a White 15cm Bit Light and feed it through the black technic pin with stop bush.

Gently bend the end of the White 15cm Bit Light so that it will sit flat inside the black technic pin with stop bush.

Reattach the transparent plates and tile.

Reattach the orange technic fairing piece.

Run the plug end of the cable into the car first as you prepare to replace the orange technic fairing piece and attached pieces.

Reattach the orange technic fairing piece and attached pieces.

Grab the plug end of the White 15cm Bit Light and feed it through available holes in the side of the black technic lift arms as seen in the picture above.

Now run the plug end of the White 15cm Bit Light up and through the double size holes on the black technic liftarms near the 8 Port Expansion Board.

Plug the White 15cm Bit Light into and available port on the 8 Port Expansion Board.

Remove the transparent headlight piece. The other transparent pieces under it should come off as well, but if they don’t, remove them also.

There are two blue technic 1/2 pins now visible.
Grab a White 15cm Bit Light and feed the plug end through the top blue technic 1/2 pin piece.

Carefully bend the end of the LED element so that it will sit flat on top of the blue technic 1/2 pin when it is pulled through.

Grab another White 15cm Bit Light and feed it through the bottom blue technic 1/2 pin.
Carefully bend the end of the LED element so that it will sit flat on top of the blue technic 1/2 pin when it is pulled through.

Reattach the transparent headlight piece, including the pieces under it.
Each White 15cm Bit Light LED will sit comfortably inside the cavity of the Lego plate being fixed on top of it. No extra resistance should be encountered when refitting these pieces.

Run the plug ends of the White 15cm Bit Lights we just installed up and through the double size holes on the black technic liftarms near the 8 Port Expansion Board.

Wrap them around the black technic liftarms and feed them through the double size holes again (to consume the slack in the wires).
Plug them into available ports on the 8 Port Expansion Board.

Repeat the above process for the lights on the left hand side of the car.

When both sides are wired up, your boot will look something like the pictures above.

Remove the stylish Porsche suitcase.

Grab the 30cm Extension Cable and plug it in to an available port on the 8 Port Expansion Board.

Feed the other end of the 30cm Extention Cable through the centre hole in the bottom of the same rectangle technic piece that the 8 Port Expansion Board is attached to.
Look for the cable coming through to the bottom of the car. Gently pull it through.

Lie the car on its side so you can access the bottom of it.

Feed the 30cm Extension Cable through available centre holes in the rectangle technic piece near where the cable has come down.

Pull the 30cm Extension Cable through and feed it through the available centre holes in the rectangle technic piece that is roughly in the centre of the car.

Grab the 6 Port Expansion Board and a couple of Adhesive Squares.
Turn the 6 Port Expansion Board face down.

Peel the Adhesive Squares off the base and stick them to the back of the 6 Port Expansion Board.
Remove the top bits of paper to expose the other sticky side of the Adhesive Squares.

Stick the 6 Port Expansion Board on to the side of the 1 x 3 black technic liftarm, which is inside the rectangle technic piece that is roughly in the centre of the car.

Grab the 30cm Extension Cable and plug it into the best port on the 6 Port Expansion Board that leaves the least amount of slack in the cable.

Sit the car upright again and move it around so you can access the boot.

Open the boot, grab the 50cm Extension Cable and plug it into an available port on the 12 Port Expansion Board.

Feed the other end of the 50cm Extension Cable underneath the black technic pieces that are joined with the red technic axle.

Pull the cable through and then feed it down through the hole in the side of the technic rectangle piece.

Keep feeding the cable through and as it comes out the bottom of the car, pull it through until you can feel a tiny bit of resistance from pulling.

Close the boot and lie the car down so you can access underneath the car.

Grab the end of the 50cm Connecting Cable and feed it through the holes in the side of the technic panel plate. Run the cable from the outside of the technic panel plate towards the centre of the car.

Now run the 50cm Connecting Cable towards the front of the car.
Feed the cable through the side holes of the black technic panel plate.

Continue to feed the 50cm Connecting Cable through the 1 x 3 black technic liftarm and into the technic rectangle piece.

Pull the wire through and it should reach somewhere near the 6 Port Expansion Board.

Feed the 50cm Connecting Cable through the centre hole in the side of the technic rectangle piece that has the 6 Port Expansion Board in it.

Depending how much excess cable you have, wrap the 50cm Connecting Cable around the technic rectangle piece and feed it through the centre hole again.

Plug the 50cm Connecting Cable into the 6 Port Expansion Board.

Grab the other 30cm Connecting Cable and connect it to an available port on the 6 Port Expansion Board.

Feed the 30cm Connecting Cable up through the available hole in the side of the technic rectangle piece. The cable runs vertically up and away from the 6 Port Expansion Board.

The 30cm Connecting Cable will feed through the black technic liftarm and the black technic panel plate above the technic rectangle piece.
The black technic panel plate is the footwell when looking inside the vehicle.

Set the car on its wheels again and open the door.
Look for the other end of the 30cm Connecting Cable and pull it through.

Run the 30cm Connecting Cable back towards the centre of the car making sure it goes underneath the steering CV joint pieces (these are the light grey pieces near the floor that turn when you turn the steering wheel).

Run the 30cm Connecting Cable in between the drivers seat and centre console. Pull it out the back “window” above where the two orange technic liftarms cross over.

Feed the 30cm Connecting Cable through an available hole in the orange technic liftarm that runs underneath the roof line.

Pull the 30cm Connecting Cable out through the back “window” again and loop it back through the same orange technic liftarm.

Grab the Strip Light.

Connect the Strip Light to the 30cm Connecting Cable.
(In hind sight, it would be easier to pull the cable out the back “window” again and connect the strip light to it while it is outside the car.)

We are going to stick the strip light to the very centre of the roof which is seen by the gap in the orange technic panel plate.

Peel the adhesive backing off the Strip Light.
Pass the strip light through to the cabin and stick it to the roof.

Grab the AA Battery Pack and give yourself access to the back of the vehicle.

Rest the AA Battery Pack on the back of the car between the rear “window” and the boot.
Open the boot.

Feed the AA Battery Pack wire underneath the boot and plug it in to the last available port on the 12 Port Expansion Board.

Now all you need to do is put the batteries in, turn the AA Battery Pack on and enjoy the lights!!