Hive for Ideal I2 30

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Hi,

recently wired up a hive to my boiler.

The receiver switches off when you turn the heating below current temperature and switches on when putting heat on or boosting.

If I leave the clock on the problem is the boiler doesnt switch on or off with the hive controls so it would stay on 24/7

any ideas where I am going wrong
Currently wired

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you need to remove the brown link between the last two terminals in your pic, then the two terminals go to 1&3 on the hive , either way round it doesnt matter, as you have linked live and 1 on the Hive try removing the link at the boiler and putting the black wire into the last terminal of the boiler with the link removed
 
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Also, why have you used heating off terminal in the Hive? You’re not supposed to use twin and earth in a boiler either, it should be heat resistant cable, usually flex.
 
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Sadly, I didnt originally install it, it was a electrician when rewiring the house.

Im just trying to sort it out as he keeps telling me its the hive reciever not his wiring.
 
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