Connect Hive to Baxi Boiler that currently has Wireless Thermostat

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Hi, my boiler - Baxi Platinum 28E, currently has a wireless thermostat / receiver installed.

The current thermostat receiver has a Live / Neutral and 2 x black on/off wires attached.

Can I just connect these wires to the Live / Neutral and on/off terminals in the Hive receiver?

If so it'll be to terminals 1 & 3 I'm guessing?

Pic 1 is the current wireless receiver
Pic 2 is wiring diagram on the boiler
Pic 3 is the terminal block...

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yes just use the wiring to the existing salus receiver your wiring using 1&3 on the single channel hive is correct for the switching, and L&N straight forward, doesnt matter which way the black wires are connected to 1&3 on the Hive
 

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That looks like where the clock would normally be installed. Shouldn’t matter too much though, it should still switch.
 
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It works perfectly, thanks for your help.

That's where the old Baxi wireless thermostat receiver was. I've got some 5 core to wire the new receiver. Just need to secure it to the wall now.
 
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