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Hive to Ideal Logic+ Combi 24

Discussion in 'Plumbing and Central Heating' started by Jack Leon, 11 Dec 2020.

  1. Jack Leon

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    Hey there, Wondering if someone could give me a hand with wiring up a Hive to my combi boiler. The current wiring looks like this, boiler wires on the left and power and thermostat on the right. Its all just wired into a big connector. The boiler has 2 black wires rather than a black and grey so I can't tell if they do different things.

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    I've read loads of posts and watched loads of videos but can't figure out what I should be doing with my Hive receiver. Is it simply a case of doing it like the diagram below ? Some of the posts on here are saying to put a wire connecting L and 1. In that case which black wire goes into 3 ?

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    Any pointers would be hugely appreciated
     
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    your second diagram will be fine the two black wires go to 1&3 on the hive doesnt matter which way around , do not link L&1
     
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  4. Jack Leon

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    Thanks Ian, I will give it a go this weekend and report back.
     
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    Well I'll be doggone, it worked. Thanks Ian :)
     
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