Lionel Double Tower Floodlights

I am building a baseball stadium with lights. I recently purchased 2 Lionel Pug and Play Double Floodlight Towers (6-82013). I am confused on how to supply power to them...any model train enthusiast out there that can help me figure this out? I am not into trains (my sincere apologies) but I figured I would go to the experts on this. I want to keep it as simple and straight forward as possible. Thanks.

raysiere@yahoo.com

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Power Supply for Lionel Floodlight Towers
by: Greg

There should be some instructions that came with the lights. But that doesn't always happen, especially if you obtained them second hand. Usually power can be supplied to accessory lights like these using a small AC adapter/transformer, that you could purchase at a hobby store or online. You should also have some type of toggle switch connected so that you can turn it on and off unless there is a switch already located on the tower lights.

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Posted on the Blog page to see if there are any others with experience in using this Lionel accessory. [Ed]

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