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Hello, thanks for your question. They are not able to be recessed because of the antistuds that are inside the LEGO bricks.
Hi Brian, thanks for your message. In the instructions included with your replacement remote, the steps are listed to pair the new remote with your existing system:
Complete the following steps to pair this remote with the receiver:
1. Make sure power is turned on and the receiver’s small LED light is glowing.
2. Press the white “SET” button on the receiver for 1 second, then release.
3. Press any button on your new remote transmitter. The small LED light on the receiver should blink several times, indicating that it is now paired with the new remote.
Each receiver can store up to 10 remote pairing codes, so multiple remotes can control one receiver.
If you ever want to erase all pairing codes from a receiver’s memory, hold down the white button for 10 seconds, until the receiver’s LED light blinks, then complete the steps above to pair the new remote.
I hope this helps— please let me know if you have trouble getting the transmitter and receiver to connect.
Thank you! Fixed.
Hi, thanks for your note. Our User Forum (https://forum.brickstuff.com/) is the best place to look for troubleshooting information found from other users, and shared from our product team. We’ll reply to your support e-mail as soon as possible.
Hi, thanks for your comment. You are correct— those parts are not transparent red. The color doesn’t matter— you can use those dark bluish gray 1x1 plates to attach the BRANCH09 adapter board.
Good catch! Thanks for pointing that out. Hard to believe LEGO would have just left that headlight brick bare with no covering piece, but they did.
Fixed! Thanks for catching that.
Hi Bob, thanks for your question. Yes, the LEDs do have built-in resistors for 5V DC.
Hi, thank you for your question. You could use either our 3AA battery pack or USB cable for this and similar kits.
Hi @techtali , thanks for your note. We sell panelized Pico LEDs in warm white on our website in the DIY section. We’re currently out of stock but have more being made right now. We should have them in stock next month.
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