|From the 1977 Lundby catalogue|
How may lights can one transformer power?
You should be able to light your house and extensions using a single transformer. One transformer (#6060) is designed for one house with one or two extensions, or up to 30 individual bulbs. With too many lights, the bulbs may burn out or brown out.
|#6060 Lundby transformer from Jester Toys|
Does your house have more than one outlet on the back? If so, you can insert the tiny plug from the transformer into one of those outlets and a bridging cord (#6097) into the other, then plug the other end of the bridging cord into the topmost extension. Use another bridging cord to connect that extension to the next one and so on, being careful not to exceed 30 individual bulbs.
|#6097 bridging cords|
A note of caution
Enjoy your fully lit house in small doses! Never leave a Lundby transformer plugged in permanently. The transformer could overheat, and your bulbs will burn out.
See my other posts ("Lundby lighting" category) for tips on powering Lundby houses using older Lundby transformers and links to Lundby transformer leaflets.