2 Google Nest Thermostats for 2 zones connected to Intergas Rapid 32kw

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Hi,

I would like to connect 2 Google Nest Thermostats for 2 zones to an Intergas Rapid 32kw (used as a combi boiler).

Below is the wiring for the Nest as provided by Google:

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Page 63 of the Intergas Rapid 32kw manual shows that the Live and Neutral are on pins 2 and 4 of the X2 connector (refer to screenshot below).

Is this just a matter of connecting both Nest Heat Links as per above diagram and connect the Live and Neutral to pins 2 and 4 of the X2 connector on the Intergas boiler?

Is this really as simple as that?

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Your Switch Live goes to Terminal 1 on X2
I added the terminal # of the boiler (in red) on the diagram below, is this what you mean?

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Brilliant Andrew, thanks a lot!

PS: regarding the pump inside the combi boiler, do terminal 7 & 8 really need to be connected to Live and Neutral?

Sorry for the silly question, but if I do so I assume the pump will be constantly turned on, shall this actually be Switch Live on terminal 7?
 
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The boiler's PCB deals with switching the pump, you don't need to connect anything to that
 
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I should have added that the jumper wire between terminals 6 and 7 of connector x4 (installed by default) needs to be removed.
 

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