Frequently asked questions

What’s the scale of the Lundby doll’s house?

Scale 1:18.

Does all Lundby furniture fit in all the doll’s houses?

Yes. All furniture is to the same scale, 1:18, so it fits all the doll’s houses.

Can I change my dolls’ clothes and move their arms and legs?

Yes. All Lundby family dolls are jointed and their arms, legs and head move. You can put on and take off their clothes.

Is the garden suitable for Holiday?

No. The garden is suitable for the Creative, Classic and Premium doll’s houses and the lower storey. Holiday has a pull-out pool box instead.

My Lundby garden is a few years old now. Will it fit if I buy a new house?

Yes, it fits the Creative, Classic and Premium doll’s houses and the lower storey.

Will an older Småland house fit a new lower storey, and vice versa?

Yes, they’ll fit together in terms of size but the colours may vary because of the age of the older house.

Can I pour water in the Holiday pool?

No, we don’t recommend that. Careless water play in the pool may harm the electrical system, wallpaper, floors and furniture in the doll’s house.

Are there any stairs in the Creative doll’s house?

Creative doesn’t come with stairs or windows. A set of stickers is available to buy that you can add to your doll’s house.

Can I use the Creative stickers with my Classic, Premium or Holiday?

Sorry, unfortunately not. These stickers are designed for the Creative doll’s house, which has blank walls.

Is Premium the same doll’s house as Småland?

Premium and Småland use the same electrical systems and wallpapers. Premium comes with a remote control that you don’t get with Småland.

Is Stockholm the same house as Holiday?

Yes, it’s the same house, but with a new name.

Which doll’s house can I change the walls in?

You can only change the walls in Creative.

What’s the voltage of the voltage converter?

5V.

How many lights can I connect inside the house?

You can connect up to 36 lights per house and voltage converter in all doll’s houses except for Creative.

Can I use a new Lundby voltage converter for an old house?

If the wiring for the house is intact, that should be fine. The voltage converter has a short-circuit protection that disconnects the power in the event of a short-circuit. That said, the connector on the voltage converter may not fit the socket on the old house exactly.

Do older lights work with a new voltage converter?

Yes, anything between 4 and 5V will work, but it may not work perfectly. The lights may shine more or less sharply depending on the combination. Lundby has always used a power supply of 4-5V. The voltage converter has had a voltage of 5V since 2011. It used to be 4.5V.

Can I use an old voltage converter for a new house?

No, we don’t recommend that. Lundby is unable to guarantee that everything will work perfectly and that short circuit protection is available/working.

Can I use a different voltage converter to the Lundby one, with a voltage of 4 or 5V?

No. Lundby electrical accessories may only be used together with a Lundby voltage converter in a Lundby doll's house.

Can I use the voltage converter in Creative?

No. You can’t use the voltage converter in the Creative house because this house doesn’t come with an electrical system.

What should do if I want lights in my Creative?

Alternative battery powered lights are available for the Creative doll’s house.

Is there anything I need to bear in mind before I connect the remote control to my new “Remote control ready” doll’s house?

Yes, it’s important to use the right Lundby voltage converter model (separate accessory) for the remote control kit as using the wrong model will destroy the electrical system in the doll’s house and the lower storey. Check carefully to ensure that the technical data for the voltage converter is as follows: Voltage: 230VAC/50Hz. Output: 5 VDC 1900mA 9.5W.

Which houses can I use with the remote control?

Only houses labelled “Remote control ready” can be used with a remote control. You’ll find this on the back of the houses with this function; Premium and Småland (601014).

Can I use my old Lundby Doll’s house, which isn’t “Remote control ready”, with a new lower storey which is “Remote control ready”?

Yes, but only without a remote control. To connect the receiver to the remote control, you have to have an upper storey that’s “Remote control ready”.

Can I connect a “Remote control ready” doll’s house to a non-“Remote control ready” lower storey?

Yes, but only without a remote control. You can use the remote control on the doll’s house if you don’t connect the doll’s house and the lower storey together using the cable supplied (with the lower storey). Instead, buy a voltage converter and connect the doll’s house and lower storey with one voltage converter each.

Can I connect more than one lower storey to my doll’s house and get the remote control to work?

No. The remote control can only be used with one lower storey.

How many lower storeys can I connect together without the remote control?

We recommend that you only connect one lower storey to your doll’s house. If you connect the power to multiple lower storeys, there is a risk of the short-circuit protection failing to work. But if you want a second lower storey, you can buy another voltage converter that you connect to the other lower storey ONLY.

The lights don’t come on in my doll’s house...

Check that the button on the back of the house is in the right position, “Standard mode/Remote control mode”, depending on which one you want to use.

When I use my doll’s house with the remote control, the lights go out after a couple of hours if nobody’s playing with it. How come?

That’s exactly what it should be doing. When the remote control’s receiver is connected, there is a memory that switches off the power after about 2 hours if none of the buttons on the remote control have been pressed.

Will my old lights for a doll’s house with remote control work, or do I need to buy special lights to get it to work?

You don’t need any special lights. All the lights fit all the doll’s houses with built-in electrical systems.

How does the music furniture with Bluetooth work?

You connected by searching for a new device to pair with in the Bluetooth settings on your phone/computer/tablet. The device is called Lundby. When you’ve done this, you should be able to play music through your music furniture via your phone/computer/tablet. You can increase and reduce the volume from your phone/computer/tablet. For more details, see the description supplied with the product or the product information at www.lundby.com.

Everything seems to be connected, but I still can’t hear anything. Why is that?

Check the audio settings on the device you’re playing music from. It can’t be set to mute, and the volume must be on. If you don’t hear any sound from your music furniture, switch it off and check your phone/computer/tablet has sound without being connected to your music furniture. When the phone/computer/tablet is connected to the music furniture correctly, you won’t hear any sound from your phone/computer/tablet. For more details, see the description supplied with the product or the product information at www.lundby.com.

I’ve connected my music player to a house with a remote control. When I use the remote control to turn off the lights in the room where the music player is, the sound stops. But when I switch the lights back on, the music doesn’t start again. Why is that?

That’s correct. When the power supply is switched off, the music furniture loses its contact with your phone/computer/tablet so you have to restart it. Just restarting the music on your phone/computer/tablet usually works.