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Introduction

This guide describes the steps for installing, configuring, and using the Brickstuff Premium Light and Sound kit for the LEGO Creator Expert Haunted House (#10273).

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    • Reading it on the web in your browser.

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    • If you view this guide in the Dozuki app, search for "Brickstuff" the first time you open the app, then select "Product Guides" from the categories listed under Brickstuff. Scroll down to find this guide.

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  2. As shown in the first photo, take the plastic box labeled "KIT36, BOX #1" out of the kit box.  This has all of the parts needed to begin the installation. You'll begin installing the lights in the right front section of the mansion.  This is the section where the front door is located as shown by the orange rectangle in the second photo.
    • As shown in the first photo, take the plastic box labeled "KIT36, BOX #1" out of the kit box. This has all of the parts needed to begin the installation.

    • You'll begin installing the lights in the right front section of the mansion. This is the section where the front door is located as shown by the orange rectangle in the second photo.

    • In addition to the BOX #1 box, you should also remove the tweezers from the kit box. These will make installing the lights easier.

  3. As shown in the photos for this step, remove the roof section above the front alcove window (above the front door), then remove the other pieces as shown in the second and third photos. You're removing these parts to make room for the large number of wires that will pass into the alcove section. You're removing these parts to make room for the large number of wires that will pass into the alcove section.
    • As shown in the photos for this step, remove the roof section above the front alcove window (above the front door), then remove the other pieces as shown in the second and third photos.

    • You're removing these parts to make room for the large number of wires that will pass into the alcove section.

  4. As shown in the two photos for this step, use the LEGO brick separator that came with your Haunted Mansion kit to pry up the baseplate above the window, then remove the 1x2 brick at the top of the wall. As shown in the two photos for this step, use the LEGO brick separator that came with your Haunted Mansion kit to pry up the baseplate above the window, then remove the 1x2 brick at the top of the wall.
    • As shown in the two photos for this step, use the LEGO brick separator that came with your Haunted Mansion kit to pry up the baseplate above the window, then remove the 1x2 brick at the top of the wall.

  5. As shown in the first photo for this step, there are two light bluish gray LEGO pieces in a bag inside of BOX #1: a 1x2 plate and a 1x2 slope. Assemble these two pieces as shown in the second photo for this step. Finally, as shown in the third photo for this step, replace the 1x2 LEGO brick you removed in the previous step with the plate/slope assembly.
    • As shown in the first photo for this step, there are two light bluish gray LEGO pieces in a bag inside of BOX #1: a 1x2 plate and a 1x2 slope.

    • Assemble these two pieces as shown in the second photo for this step.

    • Finally, as shown in the third photo for this step, replace the 1x2 LEGO brick you removed in the previous step with the plate/slope assembly.

    • Make sure to attach the pieces so the high end of the slope is facing the outer wall as shown in the third photo.

  6. As shown in the first photo for this step, remove one of the two black LEGO plates with open side hole from the bag inside of BOX 1. As shown in the second photo for this step, carefully place the plate above and to the left of the front door on the inside of the mansion, right next to the gears that open and close the front door.  See the red circle in the second photo.
    • As shown in the first photo for this step, remove one of the two black LEGO plates with open side hole from the bag inside of BOX 1.

    • As shown in the second photo for this step, carefully place the plate above and to the left of the front door on the inside of the mansion, right next to the gears that open and close the front door. See the red circle in the second photo.

    • Make sure the open hole is facing toward the front window, as shown in the second photo.

    • You can use the tweezers included with your kit to help place the LEGO piece, if needed.

  7. As shown in the two photos for this step, carefully remove and disassemble the fireplace on the side of the mansion closest to the front door. As shown in the two photos for this step, carefully remove and disassemble the fireplace on the side of the mansion closest to the front door.
    • As shown in the two photos for this step, carefully remove and disassemble the fireplace on the side of the mansion closest to the front door.

  8. As shown in the first photo for this step, remove the 2-light flickering flame assembly from one of the bags inside of BOX #1.  The assembly is flexible and fragile, so handle it carefully. Depending on when your kit was manufactured, the color of the assembly may be yellow as shown in the photos, or it may be a another color.  The operation and installation will be the same.
    • As shown in the first photo for this step, remove the 2-light flickering flame assembly from one of the bags inside of BOX #1. The assembly is flexible and fragile, so handle it carefully.

    • Depending on when your kit was manufactured, the color of the assembly may be yellow as shown in the photos, or it may be a another color. The operation and installation will be the same.

    • As shown in the second photo for this step, place the flame assembly on top of the two white LEGO studs in the fireplace.

    • The assembly is designed to fit over the top of the two studs, with the LED lights being able to flex upward. You can help prepare the LED lights by pressing down in the center of the assembly with the blunt end of the tweezers, so the lights bend upward.

  9. As shown in the first and second photos for this step, carefully re-attach the first LEGO flame slope piece by pressing it down over the top of the LED light from the flame assembly. The flame assembly is designed to be able to flex and bend underneath LEGO parts without breaking. As shown by the blue arrow in the second photo, make sure the LED light is positioned roughly in the center of the LEGO stud after you have re-attached the transparent orange slope.
    • As shown in the first and second photos for this step, carefully re-attach the first LEGO flame slope piece by pressing it down over the top of the LED light from the flame assembly.

    • The flame assembly is designed to be able to flex and bend underneath LEGO parts without breaking.

    • As shown by the blue arrow in the second photo, make sure the LED light is positioned roughly in the center of the LEGO stud after you have re-attached the transparent orange slope.

    • The LED light does not need to be exactly in the center, but it should be visible and facing upward as shown in the second photo.

    • Do not twist the parts on top of the LED lights, or remove and re-attach too many times, or you risk breaking the light or the flexible parts of the assembly.

    • As shown in the third photo for this step, re-attach the second LEGO flame slope piece. The second LED light should be roughly in the center of the white stud underneath as shown by the yellow arrow in the third photo.

  10. Finish re-assembling the fireplace section by re-attaching the two silver cone/horn pieces and the silver plate underneath them, as shown in the first photo for this step. As shown by the green arrows in the second photo for this step, carefully bend the flexible wire back and underneath the 2x2 black LEGO plate that serves as the base for the fireplace. Making sure the flexible wire runs between and not on top of any studs, carefully re-attach the fireplace section in the mansion as shown in the third photo for this step.
    • Finish re-assembling the fireplace section by re-attaching the two silver cone/horn pieces and the silver plate underneath them, as shown in the first photo for this step.

    • As shown by the green arrows in the second photo for this step, carefully bend the flexible wire back and underneath the 2x2 black LEGO plate that serves as the base for the fireplace.

    • Making sure the flexible wire runs between and not on top of any studs, carefully re-attach the fireplace section in the mansion as shown in the third photo for this step.

    • As shown by the two red arrows in the third photo, the flexible wire should come out under the fireplace toward the wall.

  11. Next you will test the fireplace light to make sure the LED lights were not damaged during installation in the previous steps. Inside your kit BOX #1 there is a clear plastic bag labeled "TESTING BOARD" (see the first photo for this step). Remove the testing board from its bag-- the board has a large plug and a small plug as shown in the second photo for this step.
    • Next you will test the fireplace light to make sure the LED lights were not damaged during installation in the previous steps.

    • Inside your kit BOX #1 there is a clear plastic bag labeled "TESTING BOARD" (see the first photo for this step).

    • Remove the testing board from its bag-- the board has a large plug and a small plug as shown in the second photo for this step.

    • Remove the USB power cable from the large box your kit was packed in, and connect the end with the white plug to the LARGE connector on the testing board as shown in the third photo for this step.

    • Connect the other end of the USB power cable to a USB adapter that is plugged in, so the USB cable has power.

  12. Connect the small plug from the end of the fireplace light cable to the SMALL connector on the testing board.
    • Connect the small plug from the end of the fireplace light cable to the SMALL connector on the testing board.

    • As shown in the photo for this step, both lights in the fireplace should turn on and flicker.

    • If both lights work, you can disconnect the light wire from the testing board.

    • Leave the USB cable connected to power and leave the testing board connected to the USB cable for future light tests during the installation.

    • If you do not see both LED lights turn on and flicker, your fireplace light is damaged. Contact us to purchase a replacement. Do not continue with the installation.

  13. Next you will run the wire for the fireplace light up around the front door hinge and out through the front of the mansion above the window. As shown by the blue arrow in the first photo for this step, feed the plug end of the wire behind the left front door's hinge. As shown in the second photo for this step, pull the wire back into the mansion, so it loops once around the hinge.
    • Next you will run the wire for the fireplace light up around the front door hinge and out through the front of the mansion above the window.

    • As shown by the blue arrow in the first photo for this step, feed the plug end of the wire behind the left front door's hinge.

    • As shown in the second photo for this step, pull the wire back into the mansion, so it loops once around the hinge.

    • As shown by the orange arrows in the third photo for this step, continue looping the light wire around the hinge as you work upward. Make 2-3 loops up to the top of the door frame.

    • Make sure the wire doesn't interfere with the smooth opening and closing of the front doors, and re-run the wire if there is too much friction with the door.

  14. As shown by the green circle in the first photo for this step, pass the plug through the hole in the black LEGO plate you mounted earlier, and pull the wire through the hole so there is minimal slack back down the door hinge. As shown by the red circle in the second photo, carefully pull the plug through the gap in the front mansion wall created earlier by the slope piece. You should be able to pull the wire through the hole without too much force.  Be careful not to pinch too tightly or pull to hard on the plug itself, or it can become damaged.
    • As shown by the green circle in the first photo for this step, pass the plug through the hole in the black LEGO plate you mounted earlier, and pull the wire through the hole so there is minimal slack back down the door hinge.

    • As shown by the red circle in the second photo, carefully pull the plug through the gap in the front mansion wall created earlier by the slope piece.

    • You should be able to pull the wire through the hole without too much force. Be careful not to pinch too tightly or pull to hard on the plug itself, or it can become damaged.

    • If you are having trouble finding the plug to pull through, or if you temporarily need more space while running the wires, you can remove a larger section of the front wall as shown in the third photo (make sure to replace this section later).

  15. Inside one of the bags in your BOX #1, there will be an adapter board labeled BRANCH12X on the back side.  The first photo in this step shows the adapter board. As shown by the orange arrow in the second photo for this step, connect the fireplace light wire to plug #1 on the BRANCH12X adapter board. For all of the lights in your kit to operate properly, it is important to make sure they are connected to the specific plug number on each adapter board as shown in these instructions.  If a light is connected to the wrong plug, it will have the incorrect effect and will not work as designed.
    • Inside one of the bags in your BOX #1, there will be an adapter board labeled BRANCH12X on the back side. The first photo in this step shows the adapter board.

    • As shown by the orange arrow in the second photo for this step, connect the fireplace light wire to plug #1 on the BRANCH12X adapter board.

    • For all of the lights in your kit to operate properly, it is important to make sure they are connected to the specific plug number on each adapter board as shown in these instructions. If a light is connected to the wrong plug, it will have the incorrect effect and will not work as designed.

    • Connecting a light to the wrong numbered plug won't do any physical damage to the light itself, but the light won't have the correct pattern or effect.

    • The third photo for this step shows the back side of the BRANCH12X adapter board with the fireplace light connected to plug #1 on the board.

  16. As shown in the first two photos for this step, remove the two front porch lights from your mansion. As shown in the third photo for this step, remove the clear and top gold parts from both porch lights. As shown in the third photo for this step, remove the clear and top gold parts from both porch lights.
    • As shown in the first two photos for this step, remove the two front porch lights from your mansion.

    • As shown in the third photo for this step, remove the clear and top gold parts from both porch lights.

  17. Your Brickstuff kit includes two pre-lit replacement front porch lights.  As shown in the first photo for this step, these are included in a bag inside your BOX #1. As shown in the second photo, re-attach the clear and top gold parts you removed earlier to the Brickstuff pre-lit light bases.  Do this for both front porch lights. The third photo in this step shows what both front porch lights should look like after you have re-assembled them with the Brickstuff pre-lit bases.
    • Your Brickstuff kit includes two pre-lit replacement front porch lights. As shown in the first photo for this step, these are included in a bag inside your BOX #1.

    • As shown in the second photo, re-attach the clear and top gold parts you removed earlier to the Brickstuff pre-lit light bases. Do this for both front porch lights.

    • The third photo in this step shows what both front porch lights should look like after you have re-assembled them with the Brickstuff pre-lit bases.

  18. As shown in the first photo for this step, re-attach the first front porch light (on the right side of the front door). As shown in the second photo for this step, carefully bend the front porch column outward, so you can pass the wire through the gap between the bricks. As shown in the third photo for this step, press the column back into position.  This should hold the light wire in place as shown.
    • As shown in the first photo for this step, re-attach the first front porch light (on the right side of the front door).

    • As shown in the second photo for this step, carefully bend the front porch column outward, so you can pass the wire through the gap between the bricks.

    • As shown in the third photo for this step, press the column back into position. This should hold the light wire in place as shown.

  19. As shown in the photos for this step, run the light wire around the post under the railing and toward the front entryway. As shown in the photos for this step, run the light wire around the post under the railing and toward the front entryway. As shown in the photos for this step, run the light wire around the post under the railing and toward the front entryway.
    • As shown in the photos for this step, run the light wire around the post under the railing and toward the front entryway.

  20. Next you will remove the front wheelchair ramp and parts of the porch floor to make room for running the light wire. As shown in the first two photos for this step, remove the wheelchair ramp and the rightmost floor plate from the porch to make room to run the light wire. Although not shown in these photos, it helps to use the LEGO brick separator that came with your mansion set to remove these pieces.
    • Next you will remove the front wheelchair ramp and parts of the porch floor to make room for running the light wire.

    • As shown in the first two photos for this step, remove the wheelchair ramp and the rightmost floor plate from the porch to make room to run the light wire.

    • Although not shown in these photos, it helps to use the LEGO brick separator that came with your mansion set to remove these pieces.

    • As shown by the green arrows in the third photo for this step, run the light wire back and into the front entryway along the edge of the porch.

    • As you run the wire, make sure it passes between and not on top of any studs.

  21. As shown in the first photo for this step, carefully replace the 2x4 LEGO tile on the porch floor, making sure the light wire continues as close to the wall as possible so as not to be pinched passing on top of any studs. As shown in the second photo for this step, re-assemble the front wheelchair ramp. As shown in the third photo for this step, the light wire should pass into the entryway along the wall.
    • As shown in the first photo for this step, carefully replace the 2x4 LEGO tile on the porch floor, making sure the light wire continues as close to the wall as possible so as not to be pinched passing on top of any studs.

    • As shown in the second photo for this step, re-assemble the front wheelchair ramp.

    • As shown in the third photo for this step, the light wire should pass into the entryway along the wall.

  22. As shown in the first photo for this step, make sure the front door can open and close freely without pinching the light wire. As shown by the green arrows in the second photo for this step, use the tweezers to coil the light wire around the front door hinge 2-3 times and up toward the top of the door like you did with the fireplace wire earlier. As shown by the red circle in the third photo, pass the plug for the front porch light wire through the hole in the black LEGO plate, right next to where the fireplace wire passes.
    • As shown in the first photo for this step, make sure the front door can open and close freely without pinching the light wire.

    • As shown by the green arrows in the second photo for this step, use the tweezers to coil the light wire around the front door hinge 2-3 times and up toward the top of the door like you did with the fireplace wire earlier.

    • As shown by the red circle in the third photo, pass the plug for the front porch light wire through the hole in the black LEGO plate, right next to where the fireplace wire passes.

  23. Using the same testing procedure you used for the fireplace light, connect the wire for the first front porch light to the small plug on the testing board connected to the USB cable.
    • Using the same testing procedure you used for the fireplace light, connect the wire for the first front porch light to the small plug on the testing board connected to the USB cable.

    • Make sure the USB cable is still connected to the USB power supply.

    • The first front porch light should turn on and begin flickering as shown in the photo for this step.

    • If the first front porch light works, you can disconnect the light wire from the testing board and continue with installation.

    • If the first front porch light does not turn on and flicker, the light is damaged. Contact us to purchase a replacement. Do not continue with the installation.

  24. As shown by the green square in the first photo, pull the front porch light wire out through the same gap in the front wall as you used for the fireplace light wire. As shown by the orange circle in the second photo for this step, connect the front porch light wire to plug #2 on the BRANCH12X adapter board. The orange arrow in the third photo shows the back side of the BRANCH12 adapter with the front porch light connected to plug #2.
    • As shown by the green square in the first photo, pull the front porch light wire out through the same gap in the front wall as you used for the fireplace light wire.

    • As shown by the orange circle in the second photo for this step, connect the front porch light wire to plug #2 on the BRANCH12X adapter board.

    • The orange arrow in the third photo shows the back side of the BRANCH12 adapter with the front porch light connected to plug #2.

  25. Next you will repeat the same process for mounting the second front porch light. As shown in the photos for this step, mount the second front porch light and begin routing its wire using the same techniques you used for the first porch light. As shown in the photos for this step, mount the second front porch light and begin routing its wire using the same techniques you used for the first porch light.
    • Next you will repeat the same process for mounting the second front porch light.

    • As shown in the photos for this step, mount the second front porch light and begin routing its wire using the same techniques you used for the first porch light.

  26. Continue routing the wire for the second front porch light as shown in the photos for this step. Continue routing the wire for the second front porch light as shown in the photos for this step. Continue routing the wire for the second front porch light as shown in the photos for this step.
    • Continue routing the wire for the second front porch light as shown in the photos for this step.

  27. As shown in the first two photos for this step, disassemble the top layer of the left side of the front porch floor. As shown by the green arrows in the third photo for this step, carefully run the light wire close to the wall toward the inside entryway of the mansion. Although not shown in these photos, it helps to use the LEGO brick separator that came with your mansion set to remove these pieces.
    • As shown in the first two photos for this step, disassemble the top layer of the left side of the front porch floor.

    • As shown by the green arrows in the third photo for this step, carefully run the light wire close to the wall toward the inside entryway of the mansion.

    • Although not shown in these photos, it helps to use the LEGO brick separator that came with your mansion set to remove these pieces.

    • As you run the wire, make sure it passes between and not on top of any studs.

  28. As shown in the first photo for this step, carefully replace the 2x4 LEGO tile on the porch floor, making sure the light wire continues as close to the wall as possible so as not to be pinched passing on top of any studs. Replace the remaining pieces of the left front porch floor as shown in the second photo for this step. As shown in the third photo for this step, the light wire should pass into the entryway along the wall.
    • As shown in the first photo for this step, carefully replace the 2x4 LEGO tile on the porch floor, making sure the light wire continues as close to the wall as possible so as not to be pinched passing on top of any studs.

    • Replace the remaining pieces of the left front porch floor as shown in the second photo for this step.

    • As shown in the third photo for this step, the light wire should pass into the entryway along the wall.

  29. As shown by the photos in this step, loop the second porch light wire around the right front door hinge 2-3 times, as you've done before for the wires on the left door side. The green arrows in the third photo for this step show the light wire looping up and around the front door hinge. Check to make sure the front door still opens and closes freely and that the wires aren't pinched or caught by the opening/closing of the door.
    • As shown by the photos in this step, loop the second porch light wire around the right front door hinge 2-3 times, as you've done before for the wires on the left door side.

    • The green arrows in the third photo for this step show the light wire looping up and around the front door hinge.

    • Check to make sure the front door still opens and closes freely and that the wires aren't pinched or caught by the opening/closing of the door.

  30. As shown in the first photo for this step, remove the second of the two black LEGO plates with open side hole from the bag inside of BOX 1. As shown in the second photo for this step, carefully place the plate above and to the right of the front door on the inside of the mansion, right next to the gears that open and close the front door.  See the red circle in the second photo. Make sure the open hole is facing toward the front window, as shown in the second photo.
    • As shown in the first photo for this step, remove the second of the two black LEGO plates with open side hole from the bag inside of BOX 1.

    • As shown in the second photo for this step, carefully place the plate above and to the right of the front door on the inside of the mansion, right next to the gears that open and close the front door. See the red circle in the second photo.

    • Make sure the open hole is facing toward the front window, as shown in the second photo.

    • You can use the tweezers included with your kit to help place the LEGO piece, if needed.

    • As shown by the blue arrows in the third photo for this step, pass the plug through the hole and back toward the front window.

  31. Using the same testing procedure you used for the first front porch light, connect the wire for the second front porch light to the small plug on the testing board connected to the USB cable.
    • Using the same testing procedure you used for the first front porch light, connect the wire for the second front porch light to the small plug on the testing board connected to the USB cable.

    • Make sure the USB cable is still connected to the USB power supply.

    • The second front porch light should turn on and begin flickering as shown in the photo for this step.

    • If the second front porch light works, you can disconnect the light wire from the testing board and continue with installation.

    • If the second front porch light does not turn on and flicker, the light is damaged. Contact us to purchase a replacement. Do not continue with the installation.

  32. As shown by the green square in the first photo, pull the second front porch light wire out through the same gap in the front wall as you used for the first front porch light wire. As shown by the orange circle in the second photo for this step, connect the second front porch light wire to plug #3 on the BRANCH12X adapter board. The orange arrow in the third photo shows the back side of the BRANCH12 adapter with the second front porch light connected to plug #3.
    • As shown by the green square in the first photo, pull the second front porch light wire out through the same gap in the front wall as you used for the first front porch light wire.

    • As shown by the orange circle in the second photo for this step, connect the second front porch light wire to plug #3 on the BRANCH12X adapter board.

    • The orange arrow in the third photo shows the back side of the BRANCH12 adapter with the second front porch light connected to plug #3.

  33. Next you will add flickering lights to the entryway chandelier by removing the LEGO parts and replacing them with pre-lit Brickstuff candles. As shown in the photos for this step, remove the chandelier from its holder, and remove the four candles from the 4-hole gold base. As shown in the photos for this step, remove the chandelier from its holder, and remove the four candles from the 4-hole gold base.
    • Next you will add flickering lights to the entryway chandelier by removing the LEGO parts and replacing them with pre-lit Brickstuff candles.

    • As shown in the photos for this step, remove the chandelier from its holder, and remove the four candles from the 4-hole gold base.

  34. As shown in the first photo for this step, you should have two bags, each with two candles, inside your BOX #1. As shown by the red circle in the second photo for this step, carefully bend the wire around the bottom of each of the Brickstuff candles, making sure to leave a little extra wire on the bottom.  This extra wire is critical to allowing you to install the candles without breaking the LED light inside the candle. For proper installation of the candles, it is critical that you leave the extra wire on the bottom of the candle as shown in the second photo.  If your candle is damaged during installation, it cannot be repaired.
    • As shown in the first photo for this step, you should have two bags, each with two candles, inside your BOX #1.

    • As shown by the red circle in the second photo for this step, carefully bend the wire around the bottom of each of the Brickstuff candles, making sure to leave a little extra wire on the bottom. This extra wire is critical to allowing you to install the candles without breaking the LED light inside the candle.

    • For proper installation of the candles, it is critical that you leave the extra wire on the bottom of the candle as shown in the second photo. If your candle is damaged during installation, it cannot be repaired.

    • As shown in the third photo for this step, carefully press the candle into one of the holes in the gold frame. Note how the candle light wire must pass through the hole while still extending up toward the top of the candle (see the blue circle in the third photo).

    • For best results, insert each candle with its wire facing toward the middle/inside of the chandelier (facing toward the brown LEGO axle).

  35. The first photo for this step shows one candle fully inserted into the gold frame, with the orange arrow showing how the LED light wire passes up toward the top of the candle. Repeat the previous steps for the remaining three candles in the chandelier.
    • The first photo for this step shows one candle fully inserted into the gold frame, with the orange arrow showing how the LED light wire passes up toward the top of the candle.

    • Repeat the previous steps for the remaining three candles in the chandelier.

    • When you have installed all four candles, your chandelier should look like the second photo for this step, with all four light wires extending up toward the top of the chandelier.

  36. As shown in the first photo for this step, there should be a brown LEGO technic connector in the bag of LEGO parts in your BOX #1. As shown in the second photo for this step, pass the four LED light wire plugs through the center of the brown LEGO connector. Carefully pull the wires through the LEGO connector, one by one.
    • As shown in the first photo for this step, there should be a brown LEGO technic connector in the bag of LEGO parts in your BOX #1.

    • As shown in the second photo for this step, pass the four LED light wire plugs through the center of the brown LEGO connector.

    • Carefully pull the wires through the LEGO connector, one by one.

    • As shown by each of the colored arrows in the third photo for this step, the wires will only fit through if you pass them one at a time. This is because of the black tubing on the wires-- pulling them all through at the same time would cause them to become stuck.

    • Continue pulling the wires through the LEGO connector one at a time, until you have all four through.

    • If any of the wires get stuck inside the connector because of the black tubing, do not pull from the end of the wire but instead use a non-sharp object or other LEGO part to push the wire from the back until it is through the connector.

  37. As shown in the first photo for this step, you should now have all four LED light wires passed through the brown LEGO connector part. As shown in the second photo for this step, carefully slide the brown LEGO connector part over the center axle of the chandelier, making sure to keep gentle pressure on the wires so they stay straight as you lower the connector part. The end result should look like the third photo for this step: all four candles mounted with their wires passing up and out the top of the center chandelier support axle.
    • As shown in the first photo for this step, you should now have all four LED light wires passed through the brown LEGO connector part.

    • As shown in the second photo for this step, carefully slide the brown LEGO connector part over the center axle of the chandelier, making sure to keep gentle pressure on the wires so they stay straight as you lower the connector part.

    • The end result should look like the third photo for this step: all four candles mounted with their wires passing up and out the top of the center chandelier support axle.

  38. Using the same testing procedure you used for the earlier lights, connect the wire for each of the four chandelier candles to the small plug on the testing board connected to the USB cable.
    • Using the same testing procedure you used for the earlier lights, connect the wire for each of the four chandelier candles to the small plug on the testing board connected to the USB cable.

    • Make sure the USB cable is still connected to the USB power supply.

    • As you connect each candle, its light should turn on and begin flickering. Continue testing all four candles individually.

    • If all four candles work, you can continue with installation.

    • If one or more candles do not work, please contact us to purchase replacements. Do not continue with the installation.

  39. As shown by the blue arrows in the first photo for this step, carefully re-attach the chandelier by sliding its brown axle back into the black Technic connector part mounted on the top axle that moves the front doors. As you are re-attaching the chandelier, be careful that the light wires do not get caught in the black Technic connector piece. As shown by the orange box in the second photo for this step, you should have all four light wires extending out toward the top of the re-attached chandelier.
    • As shown by the blue arrows in the first photo for this step, carefully re-attach the chandelier by sliding its brown axle back into the black Technic connector part mounted on the top axle that moves the front doors.

    • As you are re-attaching the chandelier, be careful that the light wires do not get caught in the black Technic connector piece.

    • As shown by the orange box in the second photo for this step, you should have all four light wires extending out toward the top of the re-attached chandelier.

    • As shown by the green arrows in the third photo for this step, pass all four light wires up and OVER the top of the axle that operates the front door, then back towards the opening in the front of the house where the other light wires exit.

    • Carefully pull the light wires through the opening in the front of the house, one by one.

  40. As shown in the first photo for this step, you should now have the four light wires from the chandelier extending out to the front of the mansion. Make sure the front door can still open and close, and that the chandelier hangs freely after you have routed the light wires.  The wires should not prevent the doors from opening and closing smoothly.
    • As shown in the first photo for this step, you should now have the four light wires from the chandelier extending out to the front of the mansion.

    • Make sure the front door can still open and close, and that the chandelier hangs freely after you have routed the light wires. The wires should not prevent the doors from opening and closing smoothly.

    • As shown by the four orange circles in the second photo for this step, connect the four chandelier light wires to plugs #4, #5, #6, and #7 on the BRANCH12X adapter board.

    • It does not matter in which order you connect the four chandelier light wires-- just make sure they are connected to plugs #4, #5, #6, and #7 on the BRANCH12X adapter board.

  41. As shown in the first photo for this step, your BOX #1 contains a small bag with two pre-lit wall sconces in it.  You will use these to replace the two un-lit sconces in your mansion. As shown in the second and third photos for this step, remove the left and right un-lit sconces from your mansion entryway. As shown in the second and third photos for this step, remove the left and right un-lit sconces from your mansion entryway.
    • As shown in the first photo for this step, your BOX #1 contains a small bag with two pre-lit wall sconces in it. You will use these to replace the two un-lit sconces in your mansion.

    • As shown in the second and third photos for this step, remove the left and right un-lit sconces from your mansion entryway.

  42. As shown by the orange arrows in the first photo for this step, attach one of the pre-lit Brickstuff sconces in the gold LEGO clip to the left of the front door, and then loop the light wire once around the back of the door hinge as you did earlier for the fireplace and front porch lights. As shown by the red arrows in the second photo for this step, pass the plug for the light wire ABOVE and OVER the long axle that moves the front door.
    • As shown by the orange arrows in the first photo for this step, attach one of the pre-lit Brickstuff sconces in the gold LEGO clip to the left of the front door, and then loop the light wire once around the back of the door hinge as you did earlier for the fireplace and front porch lights.

    • As shown by the red arrows in the second photo for this step, pass the plug for the light wire ABOVE and OVER the long axle that moves the front door.

    • Continue routing the light wire out the front of the mansion through the same gap as used by the other wires.

  43. As shown by the orange arrows in the first photo for this step, attach the second pre-lit Brickstuff sconce in the gold LEGO clip to the right of the front door, and then loop the light wire once around the back of the door hinge as you did earlier for the front porch lights. As shown by the red arrows in the second photo for this step, pass the plug for the light wire ABOVE and OVER the long axle that moves the front door.
    • As shown by the orange arrows in the first photo for this step, attach the second pre-lit Brickstuff sconce in the gold LEGO clip to the right of the front door, and then loop the light wire once around the back of the door hinge as you did earlier for the front porch lights.

    • As shown by the red arrows in the second photo for this step, pass the plug for the light wire ABOVE and OVER the long axle that moves the front door.

    • Continue routing the light wire out the front of the mansion through the same gap as used by the other wires.

  44. Using the same testing procedure you used for the earlier lights, connect the wire for each of the two sconces to the small plug on the testing board connected to the USB cable.
    • Using the same testing procedure you used for the earlier lights, connect the wire for each of the two sconces to the small plug on the testing board connected to the USB cable.

    • Make sure the USB cable is still connected to the USB power supply.

    • As you connect the first sconce, its light should turn on and begin flickering. Continue testing with the second sconce.

    • If both sconces work, you can continue with installation.

    • If either sconce does not work, please contact us to purchase a replacement. Do not continue with the installation.

  45. As shown by the orange circle in the first photo for this step, connect one of the sconces to plug #8 on the BRANCH12X adapter board. It does not matter which of the two sconces you connect to plug #8.
    • As shown by the orange circle in the first photo for this step, connect one of the sconces to plug #8 on the BRANCH12X adapter board.

    • It does not matter which of the two sconces you connect to plug #8.

    • As shown by the green circle in the second photo for this step, connect the second sconce to plug #9 on the BRANCH12X adapter board.

  46. As shown in the three photos for this step, you can now re-assemble the wall sections you might have disassembled earlier to make room for the light wires. As shown by the green rectangle in the first photo for this step, make sure all light wires pass BEHIND the wall pieces you are re-assembling.  The parts should not pinch any wires as you re-attach them. Continue re-assembling the wall as shown in the second and third photos for this step.
    • As shown in the three photos for this step, you can now re-assemble the wall sections you might have disassembled earlier to make room for the light wires.

    • As shown by the green rectangle in the first photo for this step, make sure all light wires pass BEHIND the wall pieces you are re-assembling. The parts should not pinch any wires as you re-attach them.

    • Continue re-assembling the wall as shown in the second and third photos for this step.

    • As shown by the yellow circle in the third photo for this step, when you have finished re-assembling the wall section, you should have all light wires passing up and out through the gap created by the 1x2 LEGO slope piece in the wall.

  47. Next you will install two more pre-lit Brickstuff candles, this time in the attic above the front door. As shown in the two photos for this step, remove the table assembly from the attic, then remove the two un-lit candles.
    • Next you will install two more pre-lit Brickstuff candles, this time in the attic above the front door.

    • As shown in the two photos for this step, remove the table assembly from the attic, then remove the two un-lit candles.

    • As shown in the second photo, keep the round gold 1x1 plates on top of the two skeleton heads.

  48. As shown in the first photo for this step, take the bag from BOX #1 with the remaining two candles, and prepare each candle by bending the light wire on the candle bottom so it points upward to the top of the candle. As you did with the four chandelier candles, leave a small amount of extra wire under the bottom of the candle.  This ensures the light wires don't become pinched when you insert the candles into the round gold LEGO plates. As shown in the second photo for this step, carefully press each candle down into the round gold LEGO plate on top of each skeleton head, making sure the light wire bends up through the top of the plate and out the back.
    • As shown in the first photo for this step, take the bag from BOX #1 with the remaining two candles, and prepare each candle by bending the light wire on the candle bottom so it points upward to the top of the candle.

    • As you did with the four chandelier candles, leave a small amount of extra wire under the bottom of the candle. This ensures the light wires don't become pinched when you insert the candles into the round gold LEGO plates.

    • As shown in the second photo for this step, carefully press each candle down into the round gold LEGO plate on top of each skeleton head, making sure the light wire bends up through the top of the plate and out the back.

    • When you have mounted both candles, your assembly should look like the third photo in this step. The wires for both candles should extend toward the back of the table.

  49. As shown by the blue arrows in the first photo for this step, pass both light wires through the small gap between the black roof and the attic floor. As shown in the second photo for this step, pull the two light wires out the front of the roof. As shown in the third photo for this step, replace the attic candle table.
    • As shown by the blue arrows in the first photo for this step, pass both light wires through the small gap between the black roof and the attic floor.

    • As shown in the second photo for this step, pull the two light wires out the front of the roof.

    • As shown in the third photo for this step, replace the attic candle table.

  50. As shown by the green circle in the photo for this step, connect the two candle light wires to plugs #10 and #11 on the BRANCH12X adapter board.
    • As shown by the green circle in the photo for this step, connect the two candle light wires to plugs #10 and #11 on the BRANCH12X adapter board.

    • It does not matter in which order you connect the candles, as long as they are both connected to plugs #10 and #11.

    • If desired, you can test both candles before connecting to the BRANCH12X adapter board using the testing board connected to the USB cable as you've done with earlier lights.

  51. Next, you will mount the first lightning LED light on the roof above the front window. As shown in the first photo for this step, remove the top pyramid-shaped roof piece from the roof section you removed at the beginning of the installation process. As shown in the second photo for this step, you will have a small LED light remaining in your BOX #1.  This LED light has a blue/white wire, unlike the other LED lights with your kit which have red/black wires.
    • Next, you will mount the first lightning LED light on the roof above the front window.

    • As shown in the first photo for this step, remove the top pyramid-shaped roof piece from the roof section you removed at the beginning of the installation process.

    • As shown in the second photo for this step, you will have a small LED light remaining in your BOX #1. This LED light has a blue/white wire, unlike the other LED lights with your kit which have red/black wires.

    • You cannot connect lights with blue/white wires directly to the USB cable for testing. They can only be connected to the BRANCH12X/BRANCH06X adapter boards. Connecting these LED lights directly to a power source like the USB cable will destroy the LED light.

    • As shown in the third photo for this step, carefully pass the plug for the lightning LED light through the gap in the center of the roof, toward the inside of the roof assembly.

  52. As shown in the first photo for this step, continue passing the LED light wire back through the hole at the top of the roof until the LED light is standing up right at the front of the gap. Re-attach the pyramid-shaped roof piece you removed to make room for the lightning LED light. The second photo for this step shows the lightning LED light mounted after the roof piece has been re-attached.
    • As shown in the first photo for this step, continue passing the LED light wire back through the hole at the top of the roof until the LED light is standing up right at the front of the gap.

    • Re-attach the pyramid-shaped roof piece you removed to make room for the lightning LED light.

    • The second photo for this step shows the lightning LED light mounted after the roof piece has been re-attached.

    • Note how the LED light is angled back toward the rear of the roof.

    • As shown by the green arrows in the third photo for this step, you can bend the LED light pins slightly if needed to make the LED light angle back toward the house. This will enhance the lightning effect as seen from the front.

  53. As shown by the green circle in the photo for this step, connect the first lightning LED light to plug #12 on the BRANCH12X adapter board.
    • As shown by the green circle in the photo for this step, connect the first lightning LED light to plug #12 on the BRANCH12X adapter board.

  54. In your BOX #1, there will be a 50cm (20") connecting cable with red/white/black wires.  The first photo in this step shows what the wire looks like.  This is the control wire for the lights connected to the adapter board. As shown by the green arrow in the second photo for this step, connect one end of this connecting cable to the plug on the BRANCH12X adapter board labeled INPUT.
    • In your BOX #1, there will be a 50cm (20") connecting cable with red/white/black wires. The first photo in this step shows what the wire looks like. This is the control wire for the lights connected to the adapter board.

    • As shown by the green arrow in the second photo for this step, connect one end of this connecting cable to the plug on the BRANCH12X adapter board labeled INPUT.

    • Do not connect the wire to the plug labeled OUTPUT-- leave this plug open. You do not need to connect anything to it.

  55. As shown by the blue arrows in the first photo for this step, feed the other end of the control wire under the black roof section and into the attic area. As shown by the orange circle in the second photo for this step, you can use the tweezers included with your Brickstuff kit to help pull the control wire through from the inside of the mansion. As shown by the yellow arrows in the third photo for this step, continue feeding the control wire up and BEHIND the attic wall section.
    • As shown by the blue arrows in the first photo for this step, feed the other end of the control wire under the black roof section and into the attic area.

    • As shown by the orange circle in the second photo for this step, you can use the tweezers included with your Brickstuff kit to help pull the control wire through from the inside of the mansion.

    • As shown by the yellow arrows in the third photo for this step, continue feeding the control wire up and BEHIND the attic wall section.

  56. Gently pull the control wire all the way through as shown in the photo for this step, so there is only a small amount of wire left extending out the front of the mansion to the BRANCH12X adapter board.
    • Gently pull the control wire all the way through as shown in the photo for this step, so there is only a small amount of wire left extending out the front of the mansion to the BRANCH12X adapter board.

  57. Next you will gather up the wires for the 12 LED lights you connected to the BRANCH12X adapter board and hide them and the adapter board in the space behind the front roof section you removed at the beginning of the installation process. As shown in the first photo for this step, use your brick separator to remove the left 1x2 dark tan plate and move it two studs to the right. The second photo for this step shows the new position for the 1x2 plate.
    • Next you will gather up the wires for the 12 LED lights you connected to the BRANCH12X adapter board and hide them and the adapter board in the space behind the front roof section you removed at the beginning of the installation process.

    • As shown in the first photo for this step, use your brick separator to remove the left 1x2 dark tan plate and move it two studs to the right.

    • The second photo for this step shows the new position for the 1x2 plate.

    • Your setup should now look like the arrangement in the third photo for this step.

    • You needed to move this plate to make room for all of the wires when re-attaching the roof section.

  58. Next you will coil up the excess light wire lengths so they will fit into the small space under the front roof. The first photo for this step shows the BRANCH12X adapter board placed on an angle in the space beneath the roof.
    • Next you will coil up the excess light wire lengths so they will fit into the small space under the front roof.

    • The first photo for this step shows the BRANCH12X adapter board placed on an angle in the space beneath the roof.

    • The second photo for this step shows the light wires coiled and placed inside the space beneath the roof as well.

    • There are a LOT of wires to fit into a small space, so take your time and work slowly. Test and re-test whether the wires and adapter board are fitting in the roof space, and adjust as necessary until everything fits.

  59. While continuing to hold the wires and adapter board in place beneath the roof, carefully re-attach it to the mansion. As shown by the green rectangle in the first photo for this step, make sure most of the wires-- including any wires with bulky black tubing sections-- fall to the LEFT of the two 1x2 dark tan plates as you re-attach the roof. Keep the number of wires passing between the two dark tan plates as small as possible.  It's ok to have a few wires passing between these plates (as shown in the first photo for this step), but no wires with black tubing sections should sit between the plates.
    • While continuing to hold the wires and adapter board in place beneath the roof, carefully re-attach it to the mansion.

    • As shown by the green rectangle in the first photo for this step, make sure most of the wires-- including any wires with bulky black tubing sections-- fall to the LEFT of the two 1x2 dark tan plates as you re-attach the roof.

    • Keep the number of wires passing between the two dark tan plates as small as possible. It's ok to have a few wires passing between these plates (as shown in the first photo for this step), but no wires with black tubing sections should sit between the plates.

    • As shown by the blue rectangle in the second photo for this step, all wires should be contained in the space beneath the roof section after you have re-attached it.

    • If needed, you can use the tweezers to hide any wires still visible after re-attaching the roof, as shown in the third photo for this step.

  60. As shown by the orange arrows in the first photo for this step, and also by the orange rectangle in the second photo, re-attach the dark bluish gray panel piece along the edge of the roofline. As a final check before proceeding, look at the lightning LED light as shown by the green arrow in the third photo for this step.  Make sure it is still angled back toward the mansion, and adjust if needed by gently bending the LED. As a final check before proceeding, look at the lightning LED light as shown by the green arrow in the third photo for this step.  Make sure it is still angled back toward the mansion, and adjust if needed by gently bending the LED.
    • As shown by the orange arrows in the first photo for this step, and also by the orange rectangle in the second photo, re-attach the dark bluish gray panel piece along the edge of the roofline.

    • As a final check before proceeding, look at the lightning LED light as shown by the green arrow in the third photo for this step. Make sure it is still angled back toward the mansion, and adjust if needed by gently bending the LED.

  61. As shown in the two photos for this step, remove the top brick from both sides of the chimney while the mansion is fully open. As shown in the two photos for this step, remove the top brick from both sides of the chimney while the mansion is fully open.
    • As shown in the two photos for this step, remove the top brick from both sides of the chimney while the mansion is fully open.

  62. As shown by the green arrows in the first and second photos for this step, carefully un-twist a section of the control wire where it will pass  through the chimney. Un-twisting the section of wire that passes through the chimney will allow the chimney bricks to sit more firmly on top of the wire, and it also decreases the chances of the wire getting damaged. As shown by the orange lines in the third photo for this step, run the un-twisted segment of wire across both halves of the chimney, making sure to pass the wire BETWEEN, not on top of, studs.
    • As shown by the green arrows in the first and second photos for this step, carefully un-twist a section of the control wire where it will pass through the chimney.

    • Un-twisting the section of wire that passes through the chimney will allow the chimney bricks to sit more firmly on top of the wire, and it also decreases the chances of the wire getting damaged.

    • As shown by the orange lines in the third photo for this step, run the un-twisted segment of wire across both halves of the chimney, making sure to pass the wire BETWEEN, not on top of, studs.

    • Make sure your wires pass BETWEEN the studs.

  63. As shown in the two photos for this step, re-attach the first chimney section so it holds the control wire in place. Make sure you are re-attaching the section of the chimney located on the same side of the mansion as the front door, as shown in the first photo.
    • As shown in the two photos for this step, re-attach the first chimney section so it holds the control wire in place.

    • Make sure you are re-attaching the section of the chimney located on the same side of the mansion as the front door, as shown in the first photo.

  64. As shown in the first photo for this step, close the two halves of the mansion and bend the wire back toward the second half. As shown by the green arrows in the first photo, make sure to leave a small amount of extra wire as "slack" outside the two halves of the chimney.  This ensures that the wire is not damaged by repeated opening and closing of the mansion sections. As shown in the second photo for this step, re-attach the second half of the chimney, again making sure the wires remain in the section BETWEEN the studs, not on top of them.
    • As shown in the first photo for this step, close the two halves of the mansion and bend the wire back toward the second half.

    • As shown by the green arrows in the first photo, make sure to leave a small amount of extra wire as "slack" outside the two halves of the chimney. This ensures that the wire is not damaged by repeated opening and closing of the mansion sections.

    • As shown in the second photo for this step, re-attach the second half of the chimney, again making sure the wires remain in the section BETWEEN the studs, not on top of them.

    • When you are finished, your setup should look like the third photo for this step, with the control wire passing from the front half of the mansion to the back half through the chimney.

    • Try opening and closing the mansion sections several times to make sure the control wire does not get caught or pulled when the sections close. If necessary, adjust the "slack" in the wire so it does not get stressed when the mansion is fully closed.

  65. Next you will begin installing the light and sound features of the middle section of the mansion. If you have been working nonstop on installing the lights, now might be a good time to take a short break! As shown in the first photo for this step, you will use the parts in your BOX #2 for this next section.
    • Next you will begin installing the light and sound features of the middle section of the mansion.

    • If you have been working nonstop on installing the lights, now might be a good time to take a short break!

    • As shown in the first photo for this step, you will use the parts in your BOX #2 for this next section.

    • You will also use two additional parts in the following steps:

    • The speaker module as shown in the second photo for this step.

    • The 4-button remote transmitter as shown in the third photo for this step.

    • Both the speaker and remote transmitter are packed loose in your main Brickstuff kit box.

  66. Inside your BOX #2 there will be a small pink bag with six parts inside, as shown in the first photo for this step: Two sheets of adhesive sticky squares (as shown by the two purple arrows in the first photo).
    • Inside your BOX #2 there will be a small pink bag with six parts inside, as shown in the first photo for this step:

    • Two sheets of adhesive sticky squares (as shown by the two purple arrows in the first photo).

    • One main effect controller board (shown by the red rectangle).

    • One remote receiver board (shown by the orange rectangle).

    • One short power connecting cable (shown by the green arrow).

    • One short 4-wire connecting cable (shown by the blue arrow).

    • As shown in the second photo for this step, carefully connect the power connecting cable (green arrow) to the smaller of the two plugs on the remote receiver board, and connect the short 4-wire connecting cable (blue arrow) to the larger plug on the remote receiver.

  67. As shown in the first photo for this step, connect the other ends of the connecting cables to plugs on the main effect controller: As shown by the green circle in the photo, connect the power connecting cable to any of the three small power plugs on the main effect controller.
    • As shown in the first photo for this step, connect the other ends of the connecting cables to plugs on the main effect controller:

    • As shown by the green circle in the photo, connect the power connecting cable to any of the three small power plugs on the main effect controller.

    • As shown by the blue circle in the photo, connect the 4-wire connecting cable to the plug marked "AUX" on the main effect controller.

    • As shown by the yellow arrow, also connect the USB power cable to the large plug on the main effect controller.

    • Make sure the USB cable is connected to power.

    • As shown in the second photo for this step, the small power LED light on the main effect controller should turn on (green arrow).

    • As shown by the red arrow in the second photo, you may also see the other LED light labeled "STAT" also turn on (either red or white). That is ok. It's also ok if this light does not turn on. The important thing is to make sure the green power LED light turns on.

  68. In order to work properly, your remote receiver must be "paired" with the transmitter unit.  This will prevent other remotes from interfering by creating a secure connection between transmitter and receiver.  The receiver and transmitter are shipped "unpaired" in your kit. The red arrow in the first photo in this step shows the red power LED light on the remote receiver board.  Make sure this light is on before proceeding. The blue arrow in the first photo shows the white button on the remote receiver.  To begin the pairing process, press this button once and release.
    • In order to work properly, your remote receiver must be "paired" with the transmitter unit. This will prevent other remotes from interfering by creating a secure connection between transmitter and receiver. The receiver and transmitter are shipped "unpaired" in your kit.

    • The red arrow in the first photo in this step shows the red power LED light on the remote receiver board. Make sure this light is on before proceeding.

    • The blue arrow in the first photo shows the white button on the remote receiver. To begin the pairing process, press this button once and release.

    • As shown by the light blue arrow in the second photo for this step, the blue LED light on the receiver should turn on when you have released the white button.

    • While the blue light is on, press any button on the remote transmitter as shown in the third photo for this step.

    • If the blue light turns off before you have the chance to press one of the buttons on the transmitter, you will need to press the white button again to re-start the pairing process.

    • When you press one of the buttons on the remote transmitter, you should see the blue LED light on the receiver flash several times, then turn off. Your transmitter is now paired with its receiver.

    • Before proceeding, make sure the pairing is complete by pressing different buttons on the remote-- each time you press, the blue LED light on the receiver should turn on. If this does not happen, repeat the pairing process.

  69. Inside another bag of your BOX #2, there will be several small adapter boards labeled BRANCH06X on the back side. Also inside the bag, there will be a short 3-wire connecting cable, as shown by the orange arrow in the first photo for this step. There is also a longer 3-wire connecting cable inside the same bag as the shorter cable.  Make sure to use the shorter cable and save the longer cable for a later step.
    • Inside another bag of your BOX #2, there will be several small adapter boards labeled BRANCH06X on the back side.

    • Also inside the bag, there will be a short 3-wire connecting cable, as shown by the orange arrow in the first photo for this step.

    • There is also a longer 3-wire connecting cable inside the same bag as the shorter cable. Make sure to use the shorter cable and save the longer cable for a later step.

    • As shown by the green rectangle in the first photo, connect one end of the short 3-wire connecting cable to the plug labeled "INPUT" on the BRANCH06X board.

    • Make sure to connect the cable to the INPUT plug on the BRANCH06X board, not the OUTPUT plug. Leave the OUTPUT plug open for now.

    • As shown by the yellow rectangle in the second photo for this step, connect the other end of the short 3-wire connecting cable to the plug labeled PIXEL1 on the main effect controller.

    • For your lights to operate properly, it is critical to connect each wire to the specific plug as shown in the photos.

    • As shown by the green arrow in the third photo for this step, the green power LED light on the BRANCH06X adapter should turn on after you've connected it to the main effect controller.

  70. Look for the end of the long 3-wire cable you ran across the chimney from the front side of the mansion, as shown by the orange circle in the first photo for this step. As shown in the second photo for this step, remove one of the dark bluish gray panel pieces from the left back side of the mansion roof. As shown by the green arrows in the third photo for this step, feed the end of the long wire into the center section attic space and back through the gap in the roof.
    • Look for the end of the long 3-wire cable you ran across the chimney from the front side of the mansion, as shown by the orange circle in the first photo for this step.

    • As shown in the second photo for this step, remove one of the dark bluish gray panel pieces from the left back side of the mansion roof.

    • As shown by the green arrows in the third photo for this step, feed the end of the long wire into the center section attic space and back through the gap in the roof.

  71. As shown in the first photo for this step, pull the long 3-wire cable all the way through the gap in the roof. As shown by the purple arrow in the second photo for this step, connect the long 3-wire cable from the front mansion section to the plug on the BRANCH06X adapter labeled OUTPUT. When connected, your setup should look like the third photo in this step:
    • As shown in the first photo for this step, pull the long 3-wire cable all the way through the gap in the roof.

    • As shown by the purple arrow in the second photo for this step, connect the long 3-wire cable from the front mansion section to the plug on the BRANCH06X adapter labeled OUTPUT.

    • When connected, your setup should look like the third photo in this step:

    • Two wires connected from the remote receiver board to the main effect controller.

    • One wire connected from the PIXEL1 plug on the main controller to the INPUT plug on the BRANCH06X adapter board.

    • Long wire (coming from the front mansion section) connected to the OUTPUT plug on the BRANCH06X adapter board.

    • Note that the USB power cable has been disconnected in the third photo. You can disconnect your power cable now.

  72. As shown by the three photos in this step, use eight sticky squares to stick to the back sides of the three boards you have connected.  This will allow you to attach the boards to the back side of the mansion's exterior wall. As shown by the three photos in this step, use eight sticky squares to stick to the back sides of the three boards you have connected.  This will allow you to attach the boards to the back side of the mansion's exterior wall. As shown by the three photos in this step, use eight sticky squares to stick to the back sides of the three boards you have connected.  This will allow you to attach the boards to the back side of the mansion's exterior wall.
    • As shown by the three photos in this step, use eight sticky squares to stick to the back sides of the three boards you have connected. This will allow you to attach the boards to the back side of the mansion's exterior wall.

  73. Attach the main effect controller to the back wall as shown in the photo for this step.
    • Attach the main effect controller to the back wall as shown in the photo for this step.

    • As shown by the green arrow, make sure to attach the main effect controller so the black dial is facing UP.

    • As shown by the red arrow, the white speaker connector should have its two opening holes facing DOWN.

  74. As shown in the photo for this step, next you can attach the remote receive board just below the main effect controller.  The wires connecting the receiver board are short, but they will allow attaching the receiver a short distance below the main effect controller as shown in the photo.
    • As shown in the photo for this step, next you can attach the remote receive board just below the main effect controller. The wires connecting the receiver board are short, but they will allow attaching the receiver a short distance below the main effect controller as shown in the photo.

    • As you mount the remote receiver, make sure to leave clear access to the large power plug and the speaker connector as shown by the two red rectangles.

  75. The photos in this guide show the BRANCH06X adapter board attached to the mansion back wall beginning in this step.  You can choose to wait to mount the BRANCH06X board until later if you wish-- waiting to mount the board will make it easier to connect the six LED lights to the board in the coming steps.
    • The photos in this guide show the BRANCH06X adapter board attached to the mansion back wall beginning in this step. You can choose to wait to mount the BRANCH06X board until later if you wish-- waiting to mount the board will make it easier to connect the six LED lights to the board in the coming steps.

    • When you do decide to mount the BRANCH06X adapter board, make sure to leave clearance between the main effect controller and the BRANCH06X adapter as shown by the yellow lines in the photo.

  76. Next you will mount the speaker and connect to the main effect controller. As shown in the first photo for this step, take the two black round 1x1 LEGO plates from the LEGO parts bag in BOX #1 and attach them to the mansion's baseplate, making sure they are SIX studs apart as shown by the green line in the photo. To connect the speaker wires, use the tweezers or your fingernail to press on the tabs of the white connecting plug as shown by the blue arrows in the second photo for this step.  While pressing the tab inward with some force, insert the wire and push into the hole of the connector.
    • Next you will mount the speaker and connect to the main effect controller.

    • As shown in the first photo for this step, take the two black round 1x1 LEGO plates from the LEGO parts bag in BOX #1 and attach them to the mansion's baseplate, making sure they are SIX studs apart as shown by the green line in the photo.

    • To connect the speaker wires, use the tweezers or your fingernail to press on the tabs of the white connecting plug as shown by the blue arrows in the second photo for this step. While pressing the tab inward with some force, insert the wire and push into the hole of the connector.

    • When looking at the top of the main effect controller, connect the red speaker wire to the RIGHT side of the connector, and the black speaker wire to the LEFT side. There are "+" (red) and "-" (black) labels on the controller board itself to show the correct connections.

    • The third photo in this step shows how your setup should look after the speaker has been connected.

    • Make sure the speaker wires are firmly connected. You should be able to gently pull on the wires and they should remain connected. If the wires pull out of the connector, repeat the steps above to press the tabs and insert the wires, until you can verify the wires are firmly connected.

    • If you are comfortable with audio equipment, you can also connect wires from your stereo/amplifier or amplified speakers to the speaker connector on the main effect controller board, instead of using the speaker provided with your Brickstuff kit. Just remember that the audio output is MONO, not stereo.

  77. As shown in the first photo for this step, you can press the speaker down on top of the two black round 1x1 LEGO plates you mounted in the previous step. The two mounting holes in the speaker might not provide a firm fit on top of the studs.  That is ok-- they are in place primarily to align the speaker.
    • As shown in the first photo for this step, you can press the speaker down on top of the two black round 1x1 LEGO plates you mounted in the previous step.

    • The two mounting holes in the speaker might not provide a firm fit on top of the studs. That is ok-- they are in place primarily to align the speaker.

    • As shown in the second photo for this step, tidy up any excess wire in the rear area of the mansion. You want to make sure the wires are kept clear of the crank area shown by the arrows, so the crank is still able to rotate freely without pulling any wires.

  78. Next you will mount a flickering LED light assembly in the second half of the fireplace the same way you did with the first half. As shown in the photos for this step, remove the fireplace section next to the front desk and take off both transparent orange LEGO slope parts.
    • Next you will mount a flickering LED light assembly in the second half of the fireplace the same way you did with the first half.

    • As shown in the photos for this step, remove the fireplace section next to the front desk and take off both transparent orange LEGO slope parts.

  79. As shown in the first photo for this step, remove the 2-light flickering flame assembly from one of the bags inside of BOX #2.  The assembly is flexible and fragile, so handle it carefully. Depending on when your kit was manufactured, the color of the assembly may be yellow as shown in the photos, or it may be a another color.  The operation and installation will be the same. As shown in the first photo for this step, place the flame assembly on top of the two white LEGO studs in the fireplace.
    • As shown in the first photo for this step, remove the 2-light flickering flame assembly from one of the bags inside of BOX #2. The assembly is flexible and fragile, so handle it carefully.

    • Depending on when your kit was manufactured, the color of the assembly may be yellow as shown in the photos, or it may be a another color. The operation and installation will be the same.

    • As shown in the first photo for this step, place the flame assembly on top of the two white LEGO studs in the fireplace.

    • The assembly is designed to fit over the top of the two studs, with the LED lights being able to flex upward. You can help prepare the LED lights by pressing down in the center of the assembly with the blunt end of the tweezers, so the lights bend upward.

    • As shown in the second and third photos for this step, carefully re-attach the LEGO flame slope pieces by pressing each one down over the top of the LED light from the flame assembly.

    • Do not twist the parts on top of the LED lights, or remove and re-attach too many times, or you risk breaking the light or the flexible parts of the assembly.

  80. As shown by the green arrows in the first photo for this step, carefully bend the flexible wire back and underneath the 2x2 black LEGO plate that serves as the base for the fireplace. Making sure the flexible wire runs between and not on top of any studs, carefully re-attach the fireplace section in the mansion as shown in the second photo for this step.
    • As shown by the green arrows in the first photo for this step, carefully bend the flexible wire back and underneath the 2x2 black LEGO plate that serves as the base for the fireplace.

    • Making sure the flexible wire runs between and not on top of any studs, carefully re-attach the fireplace section in the mansion as shown in the second photo for this step.

    • As shown by the two red arrows in the second photo, the flexible wire should come out under the fireplace toward the front desk.

  81. As shown in the three photos for this step, remove the two side brackets holding the elevator in place, then carefully remove the elevator car.  Set aside. As shown in the three photos for this step, remove the two side brackets holding the elevator in place, then carefully remove the elevator car.  Set aside. As shown in the three photos for this step, remove the two side brackets holding the elevator in place, then carefully remove the elevator car.  Set aside.
    • As shown in the three photos for this step, remove the two side brackets holding the elevator in place, then carefully remove the elevator car. Set aside.

  82. As shown in the first photo for this step, remove the front desk. If your minifigure greeter is standing behind the desk, remove him as well (as shown in the second photo). Your front desk area should now look like the third photo.
    • As shown in the first photo for this step, remove the front desk.

    • If your minifigure greeter is standing behind the desk, remove him as well (as shown in the second photo).

    • Your front desk area should now look like the third photo.

  83. As shown in the first photo for this step, remove the long black LEGO tile in front of the elevator shaft. As shown in the second photo for this step, bend the fireplace light wire so it passes behind the desk area, then back toward the front of the elevator shaft. As shown in the third photo for this step, re-attach the long black tile so it holds down the fireplace light wire.
    • As shown in the first photo for this step, remove the long black LEGO tile in front of the elevator shaft.

    • As shown in the second photo for this step, bend the fireplace light wire so it passes behind the desk area, then back toward the front of the elevator shaft.

    • As shown in the third photo for this step, re-attach the long black tile so it holds down the fireplace light wire.

    • As shown by the red arrow in the third photo, make sure the fireplace light wire passes between and not on top of any studs.

  84. As shown by the orange arrows in the first photo for this step, pass the plug for the fireplace light wire through the hole in the first rubber Technic part and toward the back of the elevator shaft. As shown by the green arrows in the second photo for this step, continue passing the plug through the hole in the second rubber Technic part. If necessary, use the tweezers to help pull the plug through the second rubber Technic part, being careful not to pull on the plug itself.
    • As shown by the orange arrows in the first photo for this step, pass the plug for the fireplace light wire through the hole in the first rubber Technic part and toward the back of the elevator shaft.

    • As shown by the green arrows in the second photo for this step, continue passing the plug through the hole in the second rubber Technic part.

    • If necessary, use the tweezers to help pull the plug through the second rubber Technic part, being careful not to pull on the plug itself.

    • When you are finished, the wire route should look like the third photo, with the wire passing through the two rubber parts as shown by the two blue circles.

  85. As shown in the first photo for this step, pass the wire through the back of the elevator shaft. As shown in the second photo for this step, pull the wire all the way through the back of the elevator shaft. Although not shown in the photos, you can pass the wire through the holes in the Technic brick shown in the green circle, and wind it around the brick once or twice to hold it in place.
    • As shown in the first photo for this step, pass the wire through the back of the elevator shaft.

    • As shown in the second photo for this step, pull the wire all the way through the back of the elevator shaft.

    • Although not shown in the photos, you can pass the wire through the holes in the Technic brick shown in the green circle, and wind it around the brick once or twice to hold it in place.

    • Make sure the wire does not touch any of the gears for the elevator mechanism. Keep all wires away from all gears, so the elevator mechanism can move without grabbing any wires.

    • Finally, as shown by the yellow circle in the third photo for this step, connect the fireplace light wire to plug #1 on the BRANCH06X adapter board.

  86. Your Brickstuff kit includes a lamp for the front desk, complete with spooky, random flicker and "burn out" effects. As shown in the first photo, remove the bottom lamp assembly from the bag inside BOX #2, and make sure the LED light on top is pressed flat as shown by the orange arrow. As shown in the second photo for this step, assemble the top of the lamp using three parts from the LEGO parts bag from BOX #1:
    • Your Brickstuff kit includes a lamp for the front desk, complete with spooky, random flicker and "burn out" effects.

    • As shown in the first photo, remove the bottom lamp assembly from the bag inside BOX #2, and make sure the LED light on top is pressed flat as shown by the orange arrow.

    • As shown in the second photo for this step, assemble the top of the lamp using three parts from the LEGO parts bag from BOX #1:

    • Transparent clear 1x1 round LEGO plate.

    • 2x2 black LEGO radar dish.

    • 1x1 round tile.

    • Attach the completed lamp to the left side of the front desk as shown in the third photo. Make sure the lamp is attached with the LED light wire passing away from the desk as shown by the blue arrows.

  87. As shown in the photos for this step, re-attach the front desk and the minifigure. As shown in the photos for this step, re-attach the front desk and the minifigure.
    • As shown in the photos for this step, re-attach the front desk and the minifigure.

  88. As shown in the first and second photos for this step, secure the lamp LED light wire with the same large black tile you used to secure the fireplace wire. As shown in the third photo for this step, pass the lamp LED light wire back through the rubber Technic parts following the same path as the fireplace light wire. As shown in the third photo for this step, pass the lamp LED light wire back through the rubber Technic parts following the same path as the fireplace light wire.
    • As shown in the first and second photos for this step, secure the lamp LED light wire with the same large black tile you used to secure the fireplace wire.

    • As shown in the third photo for this step, pass the lamp LED light wire back through the rubber Technic parts following the same path as the fireplace light wire.

  89. As shown in the photos for this step, continue routing the lamp LED light wire back through the rear of the elevator shaft and toward the BRANCH06X adapter board. As shown by the yellow rectangle in the third photo for this step, feed the lamp LED Light wire through the holes in the Technic brick and wrap the wire several times to hold it in place.  Make sure to keep the wires away from any gears. As shown by the yellow rectangle in the third photo for this step, feed the lamp LED Light wire through the holes in the Technic brick and wrap the wire several times to hold it in place.  Make sure to keep the wires away from any gears.
    • As shown in the photos for this step, continue routing the lamp LED light wire back through the rear of the elevator shaft and toward the BRANCH06X adapter board.

    • As shown by the yellow rectangle in the third photo for this step, feed the lamp LED Light wire through the holes in the Technic brick and wrap the wire several times to hold it in place. Make sure to keep the wires away from any gears.

  90. As shown by the green circle in the first photo for this step, connect the lamp LED light wire to plug #2 on the BRANCH06X adapter board. If needed, take a moment to tidy up any loose wires as shown in the second photo.  Make sure there is no loose wire that could later become caught on any gears.
    • As shown by the green circle in the first photo for this step, connect the lamp LED light wire to plug #2 on the BRANCH06X adapter board.

    • If needed, take a moment to tidy up any loose wires as shown in the second photo. Make sure there is no loose wire that could later become caught on any gears.

  91. Your BOX#2 contains a pink bag with a green sticker on it, as shown in the first photo for this step.  There are two green Pico LED lights in the bag. As shown in the second photo for this step, remove one of the lights from the bag.  Keep the second light inside the bag so you can identify the second green light later. As shown in the third photo for this step, place a sticky square on the back side of the green Pico LED light.
    • Your BOX#2 contains a pink bag with a green sticker on it, as shown in the first photo for this step. There are two green Pico LED lights in the bag.

    • As shown in the second photo for this step, remove one of the lights from the bag. Keep the second light inside the bag so you can identify the second green light later.

    • As shown in the third photo for this step, place a sticky square on the back side of the green Pico LED light.

  92. As shown in the photos for this step, remove several pieces from the back side of the mansion wall.  This is to make room for passing the wire for the green LED light. As shown in the photos for this step, remove several pieces from the back side of the mansion wall.  This is to make room for passing the wire for the green LED light. As shown in the photos for this step, remove several pieces from the back side of the mansion wall.  This is to make room for passing the wire for the green LED light.
    • As shown in the photos for this step, remove several pieces from the back side of the mansion wall. This is to make room for passing the wire for the green LED light.

  93. As shown in the first two photos for this step, continue removing parts from the back wall, and use your brick separator to gently pry up the bricks at the back corner. The yellow arrows in the third photo for this step show the gap in the wall you should create-- the gap should be large enough to pass the green LED light plug through. The yellow arrows in the third photo for this step show the gap in the wall you should create-- the gap should be large enough to pass the green LED light plug through.
    • As shown in the first two photos for this step, continue removing parts from the back wall, and use your brick separator to gently pry up the bricks at the back corner.

    • The yellow arrows in the third photo for this step show the gap in the wall you should create-- the gap should be large enough to pass the green LED light plug through.