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by Pete Prodoehl

Introduction

After building your LEGO Coast Guard Plane, follow this step-by-step guide to add an LED circuit with components from your Crazy Circuits Starter Set!

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  1. With your standard project completed, gather the extra parts shown and follow photos 1 and 2 to prepare the area you will add circuitry to. Note: Photo 3 shows where the portion of your circuit containing the blink fade board and battery WILL go after creating the first layer of tape paths. Wait to place this part until shown in guide step 2. Note: Photo 3 shows where the portion of your circuit containing the blink fade board and battery WILL go after creating the first layer of tape paths. Wait to place this part until shown in guide step 2.
    • With your standard project completed, gather the extra parts shown and follow photos 1 and 2 to prepare the area you will add circuitry to.

    • Note: Photo 3 shows where the portion of your circuit containing the blink fade board and battery WILL go after creating the first layer of tape paths. Wait to place this part until shown in guide step 2.

  2. Measure, cut, peel and stick tape paths as pictured both here and the attached diagram. Note: There are two layers of tape paths pictured. Complete those pictured in photo 1 first, followed by the ones on the extra 6x8 plate. The extra plate is placed on top and then connected to the lower paths at two points. Make those two connections last. Use the third photo and the attached diagram to help you position and press the circuit components into place.
    • Measure, cut, peel and stick tape paths as pictured both here and the attached diagram.

    • Note: There are two layers of tape paths pictured. Complete those pictured in photo 1 first, followed by the ones on the extra 6x8 plate. The extra plate is placed on top and then connected to the lower paths at two points. Make those two connections last.

    • Use the third photo and the attached diagram to help you position and press the circuit components into place.

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