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Hive thermostat fitting on a Worcester 42cdi

Discussion in 'Plumbing and Central Heating' started by Bri20, 14 Jun 2020.

  1. Bri20

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    Hi I'm looking at getting the hive thermostat is it a easy enough DIY fit with my current set up. I currently have a Siemens wireless thermostat that I use just for temp setting. Programme such as what days and time for heating to come on is done via boiler thanks
     

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    yes single channel hive very straight swap, but you will have to disconnect the ribbon from behind the existing programmer on the boiler facia, or the hive wont work
     
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    Thanks for quick reply would you be able to confirm where the wires need to go to the hive I think I know but want to.double check
     

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    L1 &LX to 1&3 on the hive doesnt matter which way around, but as already said you will have to disconnect the ribbon, no links needed
     
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