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Hive wiring help!!

Discussion in 'Plumbing and Central Heating' started by Pembroke87, 21 Oct 2017.

  1. Pembroke87

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    Hello there.
    I have a ideal logic 24 c boiler wiht a plumb centre bdr91 wireless receiver hooked up to it. Looking to upgrade to hive, newest version could anyone help or offer some advice on wiring the hive receiver up? I'll upload a picture of the wiring setup I have now, just need some guidance on where the wires would going the hive?? Thanks
     

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    Hi, A to 1 on hive
    B to 3 on hive
    L to L
    N to N
     
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    Thanks for the message back.
    Ok, the only thing I unsure of is that 'b' is a separate wire that links to L? Thanks
     
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    Do the same on the hive. Link 3 to live with the same little bit of wire. the green wires should have a brown sleeve over them to indicate they are live.
     
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    Ok that's great! I was worrying about the heating off terminal and something going in there? Never know 4 little wires causing so much problems!
     
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