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Old 01-12-2019, 20:31
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Question Anyone fitted a Hive thermostat to an Ariston E-Combi EVO Boiler?

I have a Hive Thermostat I want to fit to our Willerby Avonmore

Boiler is an Ariston E-Combi EVO

Can anyone help me out?
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Old 03-12-2019, 14:43
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I have a Hive Thermostat I want to fit to our Willerby Avonmore

Boiler is an Ariston E-Combi EVO

Can anyone help me out?
Take a look here for your Manual

https://www.freeboilermanuals.com/as...-Combi-EVO.pdf

You can see on page 25 where you need to wire up the thermostat to connections TA1

Usually on wired thermostats these are 2 live wires but on some wireless stats you need to also have a neutral to the back of the thermostat.

Not sure how to wire the Nest stat, but my £25 wireless stat from amazon works a treat.

Hope that helps
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Old 03-12-2019, 19:45
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You’ll also need a wired broadband router with an Ethernet socket to connect the hive hub to.
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Old 03-12-2019, 20:16
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You’ll also need a wired broadband router with an Ethernet socket to connect the hive hub to.
I didn't have a Wired Broadband, I have a wireless hub with a Sim Card on 3, with unlimited data that does all my internet and Cordless Phone at the Caravan

Not only do i get unlimited data, but unlimited calls also (£22 a month)

I think the nest setup is pretty complicated if you ask me and a silly amount of money for what it does
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Sorry was meant to read wireless broadband router. I blaming autocorrect not my sausage fingers lol.
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Old 05-12-2019, 08:23
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Both answers are correct in their way.. I have Hive set up in my ‘van and it works fine for us. You need a 24/7 operational router for internet connectivity but the Hive hub we have needs a wired link ( not WiFi )to it.
The hub then provides the link for the thermostat and boiler control ( and any other Hive kit you get) to the outside world ( your phone, pad, or laptop ) for control.
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